If there’s one thing actor Sivakarthikeyan has been consistent at, it can be attributed to the rate of speed at which he has climbed the ladder of success.

Over the years, Sivakarthikeyan has made smart moves regarding the choice of his roles to the decisions in his career including turning producer recently with his Sivakarthikeyan Productions for singer turned lyricist Arunraja Kamaraj’s directorial debut.

Post the success of his Velaikkaran last year, Sivakarthikeyan is a busy man these with multiple projects lined up next and it was amidst this busy schedule when he was asked recently about the various choices in his career.

Answering to a query on stalking and bar songs in his films, Siva stated there won’t be any TASMAC scenes in his upcoming films nor will he be seen teasing any girls.

Although his Velaikkaran had a great message for the society, he added the debate continues surrounding his actions in Remo.

Sivakarthikeyan then said while he danced for the 'Open The Tasmac' song few years back, he didn’t know much and did it because he had thought it to be fun. However, even his directors choose to skips such scenarios and songs in films now.

The actor will next be seen in director Ponram’s Seema Raja opposite Samantha Akkineni set for a Vinayagar Chathurthi release later this year.

He will also be starting work on director Rajesh’s film, which is expected to roll into production from June.

Siva is also attached to the sci-fi biggie with A. R. Rahman’s music opposite Rakul Preet Singh to be directed by Indru Netru Naalai filmmaker R. Ravikumar under the 24AM Studios banner.

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