Actor Vivek RajGopal has gained a decent scope of his performance and has made sure of getting everyone’s attention through his latest release ‘Echarikkai Idhu Manithargal Nadamaadum Idam’, which also featured Sathyaraj and Kishore alongside him in lead roles, which is directed by Sarjun KM. His performance as Thomas, which holds major portions in the film alongside Kishore has taken a huge appreciation.
Hailing from Chennai, Vivek Rajgopal underwent his schooling in Rajinikanth’s Ashram following which his graduation was pursued in Loyola. With a desirable passion for acting, he took training in Kuthu-Pattarai and was trained by Guru Somasundaram in Joker. Getting onto speak about how he got the opportunity to be a part of ‘Eccharikkai’, Vivek RajGopal says, “While I heard about Sarjun gearing up for this film, I was thoroughly travelling with him to get the opportunity. Although, there were lot of considerations and selections for other actors, I didn’t give up and continued to be there. In fact, that was a learning experience to see what the director is expecting from the actors. But after a stage, he selected me to play the role of Thomas. While others in the cast including Sathyaraj, Kishore and Varalaxmi happen to prominent actors, he could have opted for a same league actor, but he had the hope on me and made me a part of this project. At the same time, I thank producer Sundar Annamalai for accepting me as an actor to be a part of this film.”
Sharing his experience working with Sathyaraj, Vivek says , “I was quite nervous that Sathyaraj might be so much tough after being a part of several movies. But he broke the ice being the friendliest on the sets. On the other hand, Kishore was so helpful in improvising my performance. There were lots of tough scenes between me and Varalaxmi that includes both love and action elements, but she was so much helpful as well.”
Finally summing up, Vivek Rajgopal says that he is keenly looking out to unleash his potentials through not alone through title roles, but with strong substantial characters as well