“Everybody will wish me for the fortune of playing such character in ‘Gypsy’” – Jiiva

Director Raju Murugan and Jiiva’s overwhelming speech in ‘Gypsy’ single track launch event!

News 23-Jan-2019 12:45 PM IST Top 10 Comments

Directed by ‘Joker’ fame Raju Murugan and produced under the banner of Ambeth Kumar’s ‘Olympia Movies’, ‘Gypsy’ has been on a making stage with lots of travelling schedules for a long time with the cast involving Jiiva, Natasha Singh as the love interest of Jiiva, Sunny Wayne, Lal Jose and Singer Susheela Raman and a horse ‘Che’ in prominent roles. Cinematography for the romantic drama has been handled by Selvakumar SK whereas editing is done by Raymond Derrick Crasta. Releasing the video song of “Very Very Bad…” from this movie recently, the team had officially released the single track with an event yesterday.

When director Raju Murugan stated about making ‘Gypsy’ he has stated that, “This film is not referring any political aspect. This film is actually a complete romantic musical film in which we can feel a little bit of politics which will definitely portray the practical politics happening around. It can also be stated as a musical film. And the film has nine songs.”

When Jiiva has shared his experience for acting in and as ‘Gypsy’ in the film, he has stated that, “I liked the story at the moment when Director Raju Murugan has narrated the one line of the movie as – “A folk singer travels all across the country and then how he turns into a rebel singer. The reason for this change is love. He goes in search of his love.” This is a humanity based film. This film is about celebrating humanness and nature. This film will be a reality check to many people. We have undergone filming this movie in the locations of Nagoor, Varanasi, Jodhpur, and Kashmir in which we had travelled throughout India. After the release of ‘Gypsy’, everybody will wish me that I have been with a great fortune to act in this movie. I really thank Director for making me to be the part of this film with such different subject.”

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