Produced by his home banner Vishal Film Factory, the shooting started off in Chennai last year. However, the unit soon shifted to Hyderabad after a lockdown was imposed. Talking about getting things back on track within a few hours after lockdown and resuming the shoot, Vishal says, “I am a psycho that way. I didn’t have much time to think about it after lockdown was announced in May. So, we immediately shifted to Hyderabad and the scene was totally different. The city was buzzing with activities. And, we were the only Tamil film to be shooting in the entire city across schedules at that time.” Lately, the actor-producer has been actively signing films for other banners as well. After Enemy, his films Mark Antony and an untitled project helmed by Muthaiah are being produced by Mini Studio and Stone Bench respectively. But we haven’t seen any other actors playing lead in a movie produced by Vishal’s Vishal Film Factory. “I would have done that too had a director like Mysskin not backstabbed me. I Incurred a loss of Rs 13 crore for Thupparivaalan 2 because of him. If it were another producer in his 60s or 70s, they would have suffered a cardiac arrest. I am still looking to nurture talent and V Music is a result of that. My sister Aishwarya suggested that we make music videos for now and encourage musicians,” he explains.