Spat with star adds extra spice to 'Tom Yum Goong 2'
While tension with action hero Tony Jaa has spelled more peril than promise for the eagerly awaited sequel, director Prachya Pinkaew says his new thriller strikes the right balance between action and plot
Like all good directors Prachya Pinkaew is putting a positive spin on his latest project, despite a very public falling out between its reluctant star Tony Jaa and the film production house .
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"It was not a personal conflict between me and Jaa but the issue was about his contract with the company," says Prachaya.
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