We have officially entered the month of Kamal Haasan's Vikram's release as the film is now only three days away from coming out on the big screen worldwide starting June 3. Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, the action thriller produced under the Raaj Kamal Films International banner also stars 'Makkal Selvan' Vijay Sethupathi as the antagonist, followed by Malayalam superstar Fahadh Faasil in a pivotal role as a cop and Suriya making a cameo, with music composed by 'Rockstar' Anirudh Ravichander. Currently, the talk of the town, promotions for Vikram are being carried forward in a grand manner as Kamal Haasan and his team have been visiting major cities across the country to invite audiences to watch the pan-Indian film in theatres from this week. 

In that light, choreographer-actor Sandy Master recently took out time to speak to Galatta about working with Kamal Haasan in Vikram, who shed light on shooting the dance sequences that were developed for the 'Pathala Pathala' song. Upon being asked about the idea that was formulated for the use of dialogues in the 'Pathala Pathala' song, Sandy stated, "During the shooting, we told Kamal sir that it would be better if he spoke at that particular moment and it was Lokesh sir who came up with that dialogue." He added, "After that, we sent the dialogue to Anirudh and he did a tremendous job in the final mix and added the 'Janaki voice' lines in the song." Sandy also opened up on the famous shirt tucked over the head dance step and said, "The foundation of the song is having a fun time, and based on this we imagined how it would look if Kamal sir did the step. I was initially nervous about doing the steps in front of him because of his vast experience and performed the song segment by segment. In the end, when I pulled my shirt over my head and danced, Kamal sir laughed and gave me his approval for the steps."

Watch Sandy Master talk about working in Kamal Haasan's Vikram and more in the video below: