Actress Sujatha Sivakumar who is known for her impactful and intense performances in movies like Virumaandi, Paruthiveeran, Pasanga, Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga, recently recalled her shooting experience with Thalapathy Vijay, during the shoot of Sura. Sujatha Sivakumar had played the role of Vijay's mother in Sura and she did her part well. In her recent exclusive interview with Galatta Media, Sujatha shared the interesting moments that she observed in Vijay's behaviour during the Sura days.

Talking about it, she said, "I was initially scared about acting with Vijay sir, but once he started talking to me, everything faded off. He is a simple man and mostly he would sit alone observing everyone around. If you think he is a simple and calm person, you are wrong. He is a completely different person altogether when he faces the camera. Be it acting, or dance, or anything, the transformation is unbelievable and you need to learn from him. Seeing him perform, you'd develop doubts about your performance in the scene. I did get time to talk to him, but I was hesitant and was not sure if he would be comfortable. Surprisingly, he himself came forward and talked to me and others. He always makes you feel comfortable and easy at the sets".

We have seen several celebrities talk about Vijay's transformation when he gets in front of the camera and Sujatha also tells the same. It must definitely be an interesting experience for all the actors who get to share screen space with Vijay in his movies.

The much-loved star actor is currently working on his next movie, Thalapathy 65, which is directed by Nelson Dilipkumar of Kolamaavu Kokila fame. Produced by Sun Pictures, the film has music scored by Anirudh Ravichander and features Pooja Hegde as the female lead. Thalapathy 65 is touted to be a stylish action entertainer and let us hope that the film shapes well in the coming months. For now, find below the interview of actress Sujatha Sivakumar, in which she has talked about her experience acting with Vijay in Sura and Ajith in Viswasam.