Director Rajasenan, the once popular director who had made such epic Malayalam movies that are even cherished till this date has had a recent string of misfortunes in creating the same spark at the box office as well as for the public. For all we know, a hit that deserves his status might have been his 2000 rom-com film Darling Darling, starring Dileep, Kavya Madhavan and Vineeth. Since then there have been some thirteen something films among which a few are passable. His latest outing being the movie Wound starring himself, Nidhi, Anju Nair and Rajesh Pillai.
Well recently the director has lashed out revealing some of his daring opinions on some actors and how they are treating him these days on an interview for a TV channel. Mainly pointing out to Jayaram, the person who once used to be a frequent collaborator in his films starting from their 1991 venture together Kadinjool Kalyanam to the not so recent movie Kanaka Simhasanam in the year 2006. This duo has given some of the greatest hits one time with movies such as Kadinjool Kalyanam, Meleparambil Aanveedu, Swapnalokathe Balabhaskaran, etc. but recently ended up doing quite a few projects with tragic results.
Rajasenan has come open about certain things. Starting with Jayaram who he claims to have been avoiding him for quite a while. Avoiding his calls as well as completely ignoring him in social events. He also goes on to say that Jayaram forgets where he comes from and that during a rough time for Jayaram with a couple of his movies going down, Rajasenan claims that it was he who gave him a break with the movie Kadinjool Kalyanam. He says that it was he who gave him some of the greatest hits in his career, and he gets treated like this. What made him even more furious was when Jayaram asked him to present a full script before further proceedings.
He has also shared his opinion on Fahadh Faasil, whom he points out to be quite the average actor and overrated. He also shines his opinion on Prithviraj whom he finds to be quite talented but is disappointed from the fact that Prithvi always fails to mention that his actual debut was in his 2002 film Nakshathrakkannulla Rajakumaran Avanundoru Rajakumari. Rajasenan had approached these two for projects but they were least interested for the same fact that they weren’t presented with a script. The actors are yet to respond to theses statements.