Dear Sathya to be released in September in multiple languages
The film will be dubbed and released in Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam
Aryan Santhosh's upcoming film, Dear Sathya, is expected to hit the screens by the end of September. The makers have kickstarted the promotion with a trailer, which was unveiled on Sunday on the occasion of Aryan Santhosh’s birthday.
Aryan Santhosh, known for the film Kallarali Hoovagi, recently completed ten years in the film industry. Speaking to the media, the actor revealed that Dear Sathya will be released in multiple languages. “The Kannada film will be dubbed and released in Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam,” the actor told us.
Incidentally, Dear Sathya was initially pitched to be made in Tamil and was titled Paris Corner. Aryan further revealed that the team had first approached director Vetri Maaran with the subject. “When director Shiva Ganesh came on board, we later changed the plan to make it as a Kannada movie. Shiva, who made his directorial debut with the Kannada remake of Jigarthanda, assured that the film will be made in a way that suits the Kannada audience,” says Aryan.
“Dear Sathya is inspired by true events and is closely related to the sensitive cases that took place in Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh,” says Aryan.
The film, produced by Purple Rock Entertainers and Winterbridge Studios, has Sridhar V Sambhram scoring the music and Vinod Bharathi handling the camerawork. The action sequences for the film are choreographed by Kung-fu Chandru. Dear Sathya cast also consists of Archana Kottige, Aravind Rao, Aruna Balraj, and Ashwin Rao Pallaki.