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Though veteran film-maker Bharathiraja didn’t speak highly of his disciple, the late actor-director Manivannan never missed out treating and talking high of his guru.
Director Manivannan who passed away three days back, during the last interview he had given to Radio City FM radio channel had spoken of his mentor in an emotion-filled voice

“My identity today as a filmmaker is only because of my mentor Bharathiraja Sir, whom I always admire; my life wouldn’t have been the same but for his guidance. He gave me the opportunity to write the dialogues in Nizhalgal and though the film wasn’t a success, he went against his friends’ terse remarks and gave me another offer to write the script of Alaigal Oivathillai which was a super-duper hit.
“I got awards from the Tamil Nadu Government from the hands of the legendary MGR, the then chief minister, for best script-writer and dialogue-writer. I have always treated Bharathiraja as my ‘second father’ irrespective of the political differences we have had. Whenever I think of him, invariably, my heart goes soft and I’m sure that the feeling of gratitude is what has made me what I am today.

“Times are moving fast….he married me off and now I have got my daughter married and making arrangements for my son’s marriage. Irrespective of whatever I achieve, I always take pride in the fact that I’m Bharathiraja’s aide (his voice breaks)….,” were Manivannan’s final comments about his mentor who later ironically criticized him in the harshest manner possible in a regional weekly.

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