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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

'NAYANTHRA AND RANA ARE POLES APART'.......Says Krish, who is directing them in his upcoming film

After directing a critically appreciated film , Vanam, director Krish is back with a 'Tamil-Telugu' bilingual. Titled Ongaram,the film has Rana Daggubati and Nayanthra in the lead. "The Film is special to me several reasons. For one, this is the first time I'm helming a single project in two diferent languages,with different cast, at the same time".
Also,this is a travel-action adventure,a genre that I'm experimenting for the time," he says,"We had started shooting for both the versions long back,but finalised on the Tamil title only now.We were looking for a title in Tamil that everyone would understand. while Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum is a Sanskrit verse, Ongaram in Tamil means Pranavam."
The film has Rana playing a theatre artist and Nayan, a documentary film-maker. "The two are poles apart.While Rana is self-centred,Nayan has a selfless approach towards life in general,"he says.
Will this film,like his previous ones,have a philosophical twist? "More than philosophical,my previous films were a reflection of reality. This one is inspired by certain real life incidents,"he tell us, "The story is set in Tamil Nadu-Karnataka,and is based on land mafia."
The team recently spots part of the climax in a set of a temple erected in Chennai. " We have shot over 20 days for a portion of the climax in Hyderabad. Vijayan master is choreographing the stunt sequences. Bollywood actor Milind Gunaji and Rana shot for some high-octane action scenes in the city," he says.


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