Known for helming films such as "Ghajini", "7am Arivu" and "Stalin", Murugadoss is currently busy with Hindi remake of "Thuppakki" with Akshay Kumar.
"I have worked with several top actors and the reason they are all considered superstars is because they don't have ego. They are very friendly and highly professional. I think every director would love to work with such ego-free heroes," Murugadoss told IANS.
"Since heroes are considered very important for every project, they should be highly supportive and help a director keep his project afloat. The ego of a hero won't just affect the director, but hundreds of technicians who work in a film," he added.
He considers himself lucky to be able to work with supportive heroes.
"I have been lucky to work with extremely supportive heroes. Even in my upcoming production venture, which is a multi-starrer, I didn't have any issues with my lead actors," he said.
Murugadoss's next is Tamil romantic-comedy "Raja Rani", which he has co-produced in association with Fox Star Studios.
The film is directed by debutant Atlee Kumar. It features Arya, Jai, Nayanthara and Nazriya Nizam.