Chennai: "David" will be Vikram's second foray into Bollywood after Mani Ratnam's 2010 film "Raavan," which could not do much for the southern star in Bollywood.
"Vikram has improvised so much on his Hindi; he has worked on each and every line of his. He is an absolute delight to work with. I met him only once for a narration before the film went on floors. Later, when I met him at the sets, he was totally into the character," Nambiar said.
"David" revolves around the lives of three different men named David in three different time periods. They are about to embark on something that will change their lives forever.
The film also stars Lara Dutta, Tabu, Monika Dogra, Isha Sharwani as the leading ladies while veterans like Rohini Hattangadi, Nasser, Satish Kaushik, Sheetal Menon, Milind Soman feature in prominent parts in the film.
"There are different stories set in different eras. It was almost akin to making three different films. I had a list of all the people I wanted for my film and thankfully I managed to get them all on board," Nambiar said.
"David" will hit theatres on February 1.