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Tamil actor turned politician, Vijayakanth, is all set to better Austrian Felix Baumgartner’s 24 mile high space-jump, by doing a reverse jump from earth to space in his upcoming sci-fi flick ‘Vanaveeran’ (Warrior of the sky). Vijayakanth, who is known for his larger-than-life scenes which defy the laws of science – whether it be electrocuting electricity itself in Narasimha, or lighting a cigarette with a bloodied knife in Gajendra, or performing analytically complex operations in Windows Media Player in Ramana, or deflecting a bullet with his manly chest in Perarasu - is leaving no stone unturned to see that the upward space jump, too, shapes up to perfection.
Like his previous outing “Virudhagiri“, this one too, will be penned and directed by the Desiya Murpoku Dravida Kazhagam supremo himself and will also be a bilingual, half in Tamil and the other half in English err…Captain’s English. The Unreal Times Kollywood reporter, Raksha Seshan who had the good fortune of being able to interview the Captain, had this said to her by the man himself, “This is a zains bigson bilim [Editor: Science fiction film]. I bilay Cabden Bilib Vaanaveeran, a zyndist [Ed: Scientist] in NASA. Yaeliens will addack Sennai [Ed: Aliens will attack Chennai] and Tamizh Naad brom the sgy and Sennai Gaarborason [Ed: Chennai Corporation] will caal me. We will thing id is Baagisdhaan dheevravaadhis [Ed: Pakistan terrorists] and Wasim Gaan but then we will realize that it is yaelien dheevravaadhis. I will then jumb brom yearth to sbace and depeat yaeliens.”
Captain is also trying to rope in Felix himself, as an alien ally on earth. Apparently, in a key scene in the plot, Felix tells him that he (Captain) alone cannot defeat the aliens, to which the Captain replies, “Aye Beeligs…nee sbace lerndhu yearth ku gudhchirkalaam da …aana indha Vaanaveeran bhoomiyilirindhu vaanathukke gudhippan da !! Aaaungh!!“ [Ed: You might have jumped from space to earth, but this Vaanaveeran will jump from ground to sky] and leaps upward, faster than sound, to fight the aliens. The captain is confident of another “bunch dilaag“ [Ed: Punch dialog] in the climax which would cause the audience whistles to hit the roof. When the aliens beg of him to spare them, the Captain apparently says, “Aye !! Naan yele tamizhargala kaapatharaven da …yaeliangala illa da!“ [Ed: Bugger, I am the saviour of Tamilians not aliens], which leaves the aliens dumbfounded.
Quiz him on who would be the
godforsaken lucky girl who would run around trees with him, and he says, “I’m drying to robe in Dhamanna or Gajal! Yeverthingg will be in awar condroll,” before heading out in a hurry and telling our reporter, “Ragsa Sayson, We will meet, will meet, meet!”
Sources also say that Tollywood superstar Balakrishna aka Balayya is planning a Telugu remake of the movie.
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