Director Mysskin has said in a statement recently that he’s elated with the response he has received from audiences for his previous films – Pisasu, Thupparivalan, and now for his latest release Psycho which completes 35 days today. He claims that the audience’s response is unconditional love. He attributes this to the content of his films that comprise strong emotions, something an audience always connects with.
“I made these films with hope and it paid off. I always believe that having blind hope and searching for one’s true soul are things inherent in our lives. In fact, my protagonists Siddarth (Pisasu), Kaniyan Pongundran (Thupparivalan) and Gautham (Psycho) embraced these mantras, which I believe worked as takeaways for the audiences.
He adds, “I thank the entire cast and crew of these films, the film fraternity and audiences for filling my mark sheets with the distinction mark. I want to continue my journey entertaining audiences to the best of my abilities. You will hear from me soon about my new projects.”
Mysskin had recently made it to the headlines for his unique gesture to promote Priya Krishnasway’s Baaram. The director had stuck posters of the film staying true to his statements made during the press interaction of the film a few weeks back.
Mysskin sir continues to work his magic for Baaram.
Thank you so very much, sir!!https://t.co/kXJENEwxC2
— filmmakerwithoutborders (@priyadarshinik) February 22, 2020
His last film Psycho deals with a psychopath who kidnaps and slaughters women owing to a bad childhood. It stars Udhayanidhi Stalin, Nithya Menen, Aditi Rao Hydari, director Ram, Rajkumar Pitchumani, and Singampuli.
Watch the trailer of Psycho here.