A shrewd thinker, emotional personality director Raghuram has picked a real life interesting happening for his third film ‘Missing Boy’.
On Wednesday at the Citadel Hotel cellar hall the top cops such Bengaluru City Police Commissioner Suneel Kumar, ADGP Bhasker Rao, Lavakumar, Ramesh Chandra retired Lok Ayuktha official were present for the trailer launch and making launch of ‘Missing Boy’…Thayi Maththu Tayinadige.
Director Raghu Ram picked the story for this film from former cop Lavakumar. It was the year 2000 case solved by Lavakumar in finding mother to the 28 years young person who comes from abroad.
ADGP Bhasker Rao addressing after trailer launch said this kind of film would have long time impact. It has emotional chord and it is not that easy to recreate drama. Violence films are easy not human emotions. The audience would collect tears watching this film he mentioned.
Receiving honor Lavakumar the explained how he solved the case in 2000 when he was entrusted the task of finding the mother of a youngster coming from foreign country.
Bengaluru City Police Commissioner Suneel Kumar firmly mentioned that it is only when ‘Chala’ is there the work like Lavakumar would happen. Using the platform he said in Bengaluru we have 76 lakhs vehicles. We have educated violators. No one should have fear with the police.
As part of the film ‘Missing Boy’ the media address commenced after the guests vacated the venue.
According to Gurunandan this story he had seen in Udaya TV crime diary haunted for long time. Finally it is happening. The shoot was held in Hubballi and abroad. I met the real ‘Taayi’ he said.
Raghu Ram emotional because he lost his mother and his film uniting mother and son said this was supposed to be done by Karanji Sridhar and Ramesh Yadav. He thanked Lavakumar for giving the story and not seeking any financial benefit. As Lavakumar said the mother of ‘Missing Boy’ would get some support from the film team.
Kolla Praveen of Manikya, Power Star, Goli Soda has produced this film with Hemanth Kumar. Jagadish Wali is cameraman, V Harikrishna composed the songs. Lahari Velu holds audio rights of the film remembered an old incident of Lavakumar.
Rangayana Raghu plays what Lavakumar had done in real life. As long as human relationships exist this kind of films are made. Archana Jayakrishna is happy for taking part in this film, Master Abhjet studying in3rd standard is in the younger age role of Gurunandan.
Vinod an expert in Sand art is giving two minutes title card presentation for this film. For one second he is making 24 drawings for two minutes what is the effort one could gauge. Obtaining sound track and doing pencil sketch, Vinod is giving final output of his ‘art never finish but abandon’.