There have been lot of speculations about the release date of Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s ‘Puli’, as news regarding the much awaited fantasy flick keep pouring from all corners which doesn’t come across as a surprise as Puli is one of the most anticipated Tamil movie of the year. The latest we hear is that the entire team had to cuff up their sleeves while encountering snakes and wild elephants in the shooting spot of Puli. According to the close source of the movie unit, if Vijay had to fight dangerous animals on-screen, others were made to ward them off of-screen. In an interview to Times of India, cameraman Natarajan Subramaniam aka Natty has explained why Puli was a challenging project, not only to him but to the entire team. “We would be busy setting up the shoot and suddenly someone would spot a snake”, he has said.
He has also recollected how an elephant made them run for life when it crossed the shooting spot in the forest. Post these incidents, it is said that they had to shoot with forest officials beside them, guaranteeing their safety. Natty has also requested fans and movie buffs not to compare Puli with Baahubali as both these films house two different genres and that their story lines differ from each other.
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