Mammooka said bags would appear under my eyes, I would look very old, and I should change the lighting

‘Mammuka said the puffiness under the eyes would go away, I would look older, and that I should change the lighting.’

Cameraman KG talking about Mammootty’s interference in Roshni during the shoot of Danny. Jayan. In an interview to Master Bin channel, Jayan said that Mammootty pointed to Prakash in a scene and said that it was not right and asked him to change it.

‘Dani’ only has a close-up shot of Mammootty. Lighting is done for that shot. The light is set up by placing two thermocouples at the bottom. Mammuka knows the light. Puli said it is not right. I asked what happened. I was told that if I kept the lights on like this, it would make my under eyes puffy and make me look a lot older. I immediately changed it,’ Jayan said.

Jayan said that if Mammootty had been given instructions before taking the shot, he would not have listened to them, but would have done as he was told while taking the shot.

‘While shooting a scene with Danny, Ika asked if she could go to the other side. To adjust the composition in the frame. Puli said that I am not comfortable. And did not go to give strength. But he has something special. We will see where to stand. Then it will come out right there while taking the shot. All I’m saying is that I’m not comfortable. Mamuka has good camera sense. What lens will it be looking for. Ask which one is cooler.

Now Mammootty is doing age approved roles. Sometimes you will also get to see problems regarding age at that time. Those who are heroes have to be converted into old characters. These are difficult times for all artistes.

TV Danny is a 2002 film directed by Chandran. Mammootty acted in two getups in the film starring Vani Vishwanath.

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