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Kongara Prashanthi, who made her debut as a director with the bilingual thriller Drohi in 2010, was inspired to write a sports drama film on boxing after reading an editorial in The Hindu newspaper about the boxing culture in North Chennai, a locality known for its gritty and violent lifestyle.[2] Kongara was fascinated by the stories of female boxers who overcame various challenges and hardships to pursue their passion for the sport. She decided to research more about their lives and struggles, and contacted several Indian Olympic athletes including Mary Kom, the six-time world champion and bronze medalist at the 2012 London Olympics. She interviewed them and gathered insights and anecdotes to help write her script.[3] In September 2011, she approached R. Madhavan, a popular actor who had taken a break from Tamil films after his last release in 2009, to play the lead role in her film. Madhavan agreed to star in the film after being impressed by Kongara's script and vision. His presence in the project also boosted the film's financial viability and market value.[4] The pair had previously worked together in Madhavan's films under the direction of Mani Ratnam, where Kongara had been an assistant director.[5] Madhavan played the role of a retired boxer who trains a young female boxer for a national championship. To prepare for his role, Madhavan underwent a drastic physical transformation and grew a thick beard and long hair. He also followed an intense body conditioning regime in Los Angeles during 2013 under the guidance of professional trainers.[6][7][8] Some media reports
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