Shine Also, Tom Chacko discusses why he prefers his performance in Nani’s Dasara over Vijay’s Beast.
Shine Tom Chacko has rapidly risen to prominence as one of the top character performers in Malayalam film during the last few years. The other film industries will soon follow suit, it was only a matter of time. Shine made his Tamil film debut with Vijay’s Beast last year, but his next part in Nani’s Dasara might help him further his career.
“Dasara is Nani’s most popular film to date. People have responded quite well to the teaser as well, and they eagerly await the film’s debut, the actor claims. “The producers intend to release the film widely in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, and Hindi, and that will undoubtedly come at a cost. The cost of making the film is estimated to be over Rs 100 crore.
Does he think Dasara was better than Nelson Dilipkumar’s Beast? In terms of the character, Shine answers, “Yeah.” Telugu “mass” films need a level higher performance from you since they are distinct visually as well.
Dasara, according to the actor, “has recurring’mass’ moments, but they are also supported by rationality and rootedness.” For instance, the director used to warn me that I shouldn’t overact when I spoke my Telugu lines and should instead stay in character. He would add, “Your lips don’t have to move as much.” He aimed for understated performances throughout the movie. Dasara is a film with a logic-based plot but a big, cinematic production,” he says.