Rakshit Shetty: Avane Srimannarayana marks the introduction of another kind!

A thought struck Rakshit Shetty around eight years back when he was attempting to get familiar with the ropes of filmmaking by making short movies. He has at long last transformed that thought into an almost 3-hour-long component film called Avane Srimannarayana.

The first Kannada film discharged on December 27 to positive audits. The Telugu rendition of the film has hit screens in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. After a decent reaction from his home group, Rakshit is certain that the film will even snap with the Telugu crowd.

I got the thought for this film from a scene in Bhakta Prahlada some time ago when I was making short movies. The title of the movie jumped out at me when I was working with a music chief who had utilized a couple of exchanges of Bhakta Prahlada in a melody for an alternate venture. That tune gave me a thought for a legend presentation scene, and I went with that scene for a long time.

I expect a similar outcome from the Telugu crowd as the subject of the film is extremely all inclusive. On the off chance that the Kannada crowd has preferred it, at that point I am certain that the crowds of different states will likewise like it.

Athade Srimannarayana is an interesting business film. The account structure, plot and the film’s whole arrangement, including the characters, will look one of a kind (on screen). You would not have seen a motion picture like this previously. I accept this film denotes the introduction of another sort. It will be another thing for the crowd. Individuals (in Karnataka) are going gaga over the entire thought of the film.

I think we pursued our instinct. We needed to compose a dream story set in an anecdotal town called Amatavati. We needed everything to be distinctive in the motion picture. What’s more, while composing, we just took the path of least resistance. After we wrapped up the entire story, we were totally fulfilled. (Yet, It took around 24 drafts before we finished the content that we needed to shoot.