Vishal is like a brother, missing fights, says Mysskin after Thupparivaalan 2 controversy

Mysskin shares his affection for Vishal, says that he misses Vishal dearly.
Vishal is like a brother Mysskin
After giving out the super hit horror thriller 'Psycho', Mysskin collaborated with Vishal for the sequel of investigation thriller 'Thupparivaalan'.

'Thupparivaalan' released in 2017 was a huge hit, Mysskin, inspired by Sherlock Holmes had come up with a relatively racy entertainer. But the Mysskin decided to walk out of the sequel due to difference of opinion. Later it was reported that Vishal himself was going to direct the remaining portions of the film.

There were war of words back and forth between Vishal and Mysskin. Vishal stated that Mysskin had demanded Rs 40 crore more to finish the film, recently Mysskin’s statements mentioned that the actor had never treated him respectfully, due to which he himself opted to walk out of the project.

However, in a recent interview, when Mysskin was questioned on how he values love and forgiveness and why he scolded Vishal on stage, and Mysskin has opened up on his affection on Vishal. Mysskin said Vishal was like his younger brother and that he misses him dearly. The director also stated that Vishal would jump off a building without batting an eye if he asked him to.

Mysskin further added that he misses Vishal now, as he’ll come weekly twice to his office, fight for little things, shout, kiss and twist his ears, and being a 6 feet tall guy he’ll be doing all such crazy things, which he is missing now. "The fight between us still exists, and neither of us will come down in this fight", said Mysskin.

Many expected that the issue between would sort out soon, but it's not too late.

After moving on from Vishal's project the maverick director was in the headlines about his next. There were reports stating that Mysskin has plans to do a film with Thadam actor Arun Vijay for 'Anjathe' sequel and part of media reported Mysskin would be teaming up with Simbu for an action thriller.


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