Mumbai: Ever since the humongous success of KGF Chapter one, Sandalwood has been scaling new heights with Pan-India releases of its big budget projects made in multiple languages. After KGF, Kurukshetra and Pailwaan, all of which fared well at the box office, it is now the turn of 'Avane Srimannarayana'.
The action-drama set in the 70s and the 80s, which nearly took two years in the making featuring multi-talented Rakshit Shetty, and Shanvi Srivastava is finally set to release in the month of November. It is being made in Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam.
Speaking on his biggest ever movie in his career, the popular filmmaker Rakshit Shetty who plays the lead role in 'Avane Srimannarayana' says, "The journey of this mega venture actually began much before Kirik Party. It took a year to finalise the script and the rest for its making, as it required a huge budget. The success of Kirik Party gave us the confidence to attempt this one".
He adds, "Every scene had to be meticulously planned and executed. Everyone in the team, starting from producer Pushkara Mallikarjunaiah, director Sachin and the entire cast and crew have done their best and hope that it will be appreciated by all, across India and beyond".
The other highlight is that the script writers of Takht and other major movies are being a part of it. The makers have hired writers from other languages than simply getting the script from Kannada translated, to give it an originality unlike the ones in the case of many Pan-India releases....