“The real Bruce Lee was a
great man, who was also bold. But here, the hero is a
coward, and the heroine is brave. Bruce Lee will have
humour, but with a difference. Don’t expect a heavy story,
as my aim was to entertain the audience. I am sure this film
will establish me as a capable director,” Prashanth says.
The story is about how the hero lands in trouble for no
fault of his, and faces the challenges thrown at him. “The
whole story has been laced with light-hearted moments and in
fact, there are no action scenes. Prakash has a natural
flair for comedy, and the film has come out well,” he
smiles. “This will be on the lines of Soodhu Kavvum,
appealing to the younger lot and we have shown Prakash in a
different dimension altogether. Simply put, it’s a
Hollywood-type villain-story,” he laughs.