Chennai: Overwhelmed with the response to Tamil paranormal thriller "Pissasu", which is currently running in cinemas, director Mysskin says he likes to move audiences with his films than merely entertain.
"I've always made films to move audiences. Entertainment means to hold attention but it's not about songs and dance. Audiences have to completely lose themselves in a story and that's the kind of film I like to make. I'm happy 'Pissasu' has achieved that," Mysskin told reporters.
"Pissasu", a compassionate love story with paranormal touch, has turned out to be a successful venture.
The film, which features newcomers Naga and Prayaga Martin, has raked in over Rs. 4 crore, in its first week in Tamil Nadu.
"Pissasu" is going strong at the box-office despite the onslaught of Aamir Khan's "PK" and Rajinikanth's "Lingaa".
About his next project, Mysskin said: "I'm busy finishing the script. I'm also interested in making a sequel to aAnjathe', but not sure when will that happen".