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Posted date: 14 Fri, Jul 2017 09:20:23 AM
A senior most producer of Kannada cinema Ramu of Ramu Enterprises has made his 37th venture ‘Raj Vishnu’ starring popular hero Sharan and popular comedy actor Chikkanna in K Madesh direction. The film is all set to hit silver screen on August 4, Varamahalakshmi festival day.
Director K Madesh has made enormous alternation to the original Tamil film ‘Rajani Murugan’.  For change in screenplay Janardhan Maharshi was roped in to make changes in three months sitting. Madesh a specialist in remakes has first time attachment with some of the actors in this film.
Producer Ramu in fact booked the call sheet of this Sharan and Chikkanna combination after watching ‘Adhyaksha’ in 2014. He was waiting for good subject and now come up with the film ‘Raj Vishnu’. He thanked Srimurali for a guest role. The film ‘Raj Vishnu’ with two towering names is surely going to be double of ‘Adhyaksha’ in popularity he opines.
Chikkanna speaking on the pre release meet says he is first Malashri fan and Ramu inviting for him was a great offer for him. First film I had seen was Malashri Madam starring film. K Madesh is the coolest director I should say added Chikkanna in his address.
Actress Vybhavi says she is fortunate to get this debut. I play the love interest and how this would be sorted out is crux of my role. 
Sharan a popular actor today with over 100 plus films felt happy for Ramu banner invitation. The expectation and responsibility has increased from the offer. This is my first with the banner and also with director. We had searched nearly 300 girls for heroine spot. When my mobile was filled with 500 entries I was wondering what a policeman would would say. Of course this is the film for which so many search was made remembered Sharan.
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