South actor Vikram had made his debut in Bollywood with Mani Ratnam's Ravan, the Hindi version of Tamil flick Raavanan. But the film, which failed to create magic at Box Office, gave him a decent debut. Since then, he has been getting many offers from the Hindi film industry but he took his time to select the project, as he wanted to make it big in the B-town. Now, he is ready with his second outing David, which is hitting screens on February 1.
With the trailers and posters, Vikram has clearly left an impact not only in the minds of Tamil audience but also the Hindi film goers. The actor has worked hard on his Hindi speaking skills and director Bejoy Nambiar is full of praise on the Chiyaan. "Vikram has improvised so much on his Hindi; he has worked on each and every line of his. He is an absolute delight to work with," the director claims.
David is an action-thriller, which stars Neil Nitin Mukesh, Vinay Virmani, Lara Dutta, Tabu, and Isha Sharvani in the important roles. However, the film will be clashing with Mani Ratnam's Kadal this weekend.