Initially, A.R. Murugadoss had plans of making Thuppaki at a shooting schedule of 120 days, but something he didn’t expect is happening there at shooting spots. Guess what? It’s all because of cinematographer Santhosh Sivan, who is making things easier for the entire crew.
The cinematographer is known for his creative ideas and he has been saving up the energy, time and money of producers and crew by avoiding the unwanted camera equipment. The scenes that really demand for cranes, he is just doing it manually with his creative placement of camera angles.
It looks like the shooting will be completed before the scheduled time despites a long break due to the FEFSI issues.