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VIVIKTHA BEGINS
Posted date: 30 Thu, Nov 2017 10:41:27 AM
What is ‘Viviktha’ – it is alone says Raghu Appu an assistant in the camp of director Gadda Vijay (Dyavre and Game) on his debut direction film. It is centered on heroine. She is Yuktha, finally in the climax she becomes ‘Viviktha’ is the concept. But before this climax there are several developments.

This is based on a real life incident happened two years ago. Based on that Raghu Appu stitched a story and screenplay.To present the Kannada audience with different kind of subject we are attempting from this film says Raghu Appu. He has plans to shoot in Bengaluru, Madikeri, Sagara and other surroundings in nearly Rs.2 crores. There is a blood mark in the title designed. That is suspense says director Raghu Appu.

Producers Rakesh and Bhasker have immensely liked the climax narration of director Raghu Appu. Rakesh a civil engineer by profession is in construction field. He was waiting for good subject to enter cinema field. According to Bhasker co producer this film is of a different zone.

Dharma Keerthiraj plays affluent guy in this film. When he joins the company where Pratap Narayan second hero is also an employee certain changes evolve. That takes the film further he says. Pratap Narayan of Benki Patna  and I am Pregnant, I am not female’ was present for the muhurut of the film.

Pooja of Mysuru made presence in ‘Paipoti’ Kannada cinema has changed her name to Sanikka from this film. She plays an orphan grown up as middle class girl. She joins a company for her living. She is Yuktha in the film later becomes Viviktha.
Ganesh Narayan scores three sorrow songs and one romantic duet for this film. Three songs are making search for love he says.

Bhasker Reddy V is cameraman, Abhi has written lyrics for this MLNS production maiden film.
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