Director Krish's amazing talent when it comes to carving out a beautiful and thought provoking emotional drama even from a bland story needs no proofs now. His films like Gamyam, Vedam and Kanche did a lot of talking. And then Gautamiputra Satakarni pushed him to new heights.
In between this, he tried luck at Hindi films and the recent one he has directed is none other than "Manikarnika" movie featuring Kangana Ranaut in the lead. Back then there were rumours that due to the excessive involvement of Kangana and writer Vijayendra Prasad in the screenplay of the film, director Krish has walked out of the sets, but none spoke about it.
Talking about the same, Kangana has today confirmed that in fact, she took the mantle of direction when the director walked out. "I'm a bit confused in the initial few days but later I've directed the film pretty well and we are all happy with the output of the movie," she said. That indicates how Krish has walked out and Kangana micro-managed things. As she studied screenwriting course at New York Film Academy, it looks like directing became easy for her.
But the big question is, why would they intimidate a talented director in this way as if Kangana and Vijayendra Prasad are the super creative persons ever?