Santhosh Ananddram: In Yuvarathnaa, Puneeth Rajkumar has lived his character


Director Santhosh Ananddram’s newest movie Yuvarathnaa will open in cinemas worldwide in just some hours. “I feel both pressure and excitement before the release of all my films,” he instructed

However, the sentiments that he’s going by way of on the account of Yuvarathnaa may very well be significantly intense, given the sheer dimension and scale of this movie’s launch. It is well the largest launch in actor Puneeth Rajkumar’s profession, spanning twenty years.

Yuvarathnaa is dubbed in Telugu with the identical title and the filmmakers are giving it a giant launch within the Telugu states, courtesy Hombale Films. Buoyed by the country-wide success of their two-part crime drama, KGF, the producers of Hombale Films did an intensive promotional marketing campaign in Karnataka and Telugu states to make sure the largest opening for Yuvarathnaa.

Santhosh is keen to see the results of all of the arduous work that has gone into giving this movie a large launch. “I am more excited to see how the people in the Telugu states will receive this film. I have a lot of expectations. I feel the sensibilities of the Kannada and Telugu audience are very similar,” added the filmmaker.

“Touring Telugu states and interacting with the media there was quite a new experience. People there (in the Telugu states) hosted us well. They were aware of Puneeth Rajkumar and his movies. It was a very interesting experience,” he added.

The trailer has promised us that Yuvarathnaa will supply every thing that followers of Puneeth Rajkumar anticipate in his motion pictures. While Raajakumara was a tear-jerker, Yuvarathnaa appears to be an out-and-out crowd-pleaser with fast-paced motion sequences, shiny dance numbers and continuous stream of punchlines. “In Raajakumara he (Puneeth) played a subtle character. But, in this film, his character is very vibrant. Puneeth can adjust to the demands of any character. He is outstanding in this film. He did not merely act but he lived his character in this film,” the director mentioned.

Yuvarathnaa revolves across the points within the instructional sector and it talks in regards to the perils of constructing training an costly affair for widespread folks. “My life’s experiences were the real inspiration for this movie. All the things I have gone through when I was a student, the things I have read and seen, I have put everything in this film,” he defined.

Santhosh famous that the topic of the movie is so common that language is not going to be a barrier for the viewers in different states to attach with the movie. “The film deals with a very real issue. The chances are everyone would have experienced these problems at one point in their lives. And I think that will help the audience even in other parts of the country to connect with the film,” he signed off.

Yuvarathnaa additionally stars Sayyeshaa, Sonu Gowda, Dhananjay, Prakash Raj, Sai Kumar and others. It is due in cinemas this Thursday.


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