The actor-dance choreographer has thanked Thalapathy Vijay, for the dinner party he threw for the core unit of Beast
Last Updated: 04.52 AM, Apr 27, 2022
Team Beast with Vijay
Actor-dance choreographer Sathish Krishnan, who was seen playing Pooja Hegde's fiance, in the recently-released Beast, has thanked Thalapathy Vijay, for the dinner party he threw for the core unit of the film.
Sathish, who is known as much for his sense of humour as he is for his dance moves, took to Instagram to post his thank you message.
Posting a picture of the group clicked along with Vijay at the dinner, Sathish wrote, "Hi, Thanks Vijay sir for the wonderful time. Will cherish this always."
Also, Sathish went on to humorously remark that he would not eat the hundred rupees biryani anymore as he had eaten enough biryani for the next one month.
The actor also spoke in a lighter vein about his pose in the group picture clicked on the occasion.
In the picture, Sathish was seen lovingly admiring his food while the others look prim and proper.
Referring to this pose of his, Sathish remarked in Tamil that he could have avoided such a pose but that realisation dawned late on him.
He went on to thank the entire team, saying, "I thank each and everyone in this picture for giving me Be(a)st memories."
The dinner party was attended by the Beast director Nelson, Pooja Hegde, VTV Ganesh, music director Anirudh Ravichander, cinematographer Manoj Paramahamsa, production designer DRK Kiran, and costume designer Pallavi Singh.
Beast was released in theatres on April 13. The film opened to mixed response from the critics and the common audience alike.
The story of Beast follows the events inside a hijacked mall. Thalapathy Vijay stars as RAW agent Veera Raghavan who happens to be inside the shopping mall at that very moment and sets off on a mission to rescue the hostages from the kidnappers.
Speaking about Thalapathy Vijay, Nelson told Cinema Express, "I think Vijay sir's character in Beast is an extension of his real persona. Those around us were sceptical about how we would pull it all off. What was seen as a limitation actually allowed us to come up with an intriguing story."