Vishnu Vishal donates his 3 film salaries to technicians

Vishnu Vishal
Vishnu Vishal debuted in kollywood with 'Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu' rose to fame by choosing right film and with his stellar performances.

The actor is busy working in four films 'Kaadan', 'Jagajaala Killadi', 'F.I.R', and 'Mohan Das'. Even though the shoot of these films are currently on hold due to lockdown, Vishnu has been paying full salaries to his technicians.

'Kaadan', which is directed by Prabhu Solomon, is reportedly ready for release, while Vishnu Vishal's other three films are under production. Due to the lockdown, cinema workers have been affected. So, Vishnu Vishal decided to help the people he could at the critical situation and to pay full salary for the creative teams, production staff, and office staff of his upcoming films.

Vishnu’s kind gesture has been brought forward by filmmaker Arun Vaidyanathan, who took to Twitter and wrote: “Read about @TheVishnuVishal taking care of the three creative teams, production staff & office staff with a full salary so that they survive. With the uncertainty of COVID 19, his own projects...his gesture of reaching out is commendable. Charity begins from home. Inspiring!”

Vishnu Vishal is highly active on social media during these lockdown days, and he has been the talk of the town. Recently, the actor launched the film 'Mohan Das' with a special teaser made from the picture that was taken by her girlfriend Jwala Gutta on a mobile phone.

He currently awaits the release of his upcoming Tamil action-thriller FIR and forest-based thriller Kaadan, which also stars Rana Daggubati. The film has been directed by Prabhu Solomon.

Talking about working in Kaadan with real elephants and overcoming his fear of nature, Vishnu recent said in a media interaction: “I’m afraid of forest and Nature. But the movie communicates an important message: that love is universal.”

It was while shooting for Kaadan that Vishnu met with a severe injury and was out of acting for months. He said he had no regrets about the fall. “I have no regrets because I was back on my feet and overcame my inhibitions. The movie went through a lot of hurdles over the last two and a half years. But one person who kept his patience and vision intact was Prabhu sir.”

There are also reports that Vishnu Vishal might soon star in the Tamil remake of recent Telugu hit Jersey, which is about a 36-year-old father returning to playing cricket for the country for the sake of his son.


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