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Veterinarian-turned-actor Madhunandan enters Sandalwood


He will play an investigative officer in Sadhu! Vicharane Nadeyutide, which is slated to release this week

Published: 23rd November 2022


Over the years, we have seen many engineers and other professionals turn actors and filmmakers, and the latest to join this list is veterinarian Madhunandan. The newcomer makes his tinsel town debut with Sadhu! Vicharane Nadeyutide, which is slated for a release on November 25.

"Acting is a passion I had since my childhood. However, coming from an orthodox family, my parents did not allow me to take up cinema as a profession. Today, after having fulfilled my parents' wish, I am independent enough to follow my path, and decided to take a plunge into acting," says Madhunandan, who is juggling his acting career with his job as an assistant professor at Hebbal veterinary college. 

Directed by Bhaskar, and written by Ashwini KN, Sadhu! Vicharane Nadeyutide is a suspense thriller. "I play investigative officer Prithviraj, who deals with a mysterious case of a missing inter-caste couple. The incident creates a media uproar, and the investigation goes through a series of twists and turns," says Madhunandan. 

Madhunandan is also backing the film under his MM Cinemas banner. The film stars Paavana Gowda and Rakesh Maiyaa as the leads, and features Achyuth Kumar, Raghu Shivamogga, Jahangir MS, and Krishna Hebbale in pivotal roles. 

With music by Sachin Basrur, the film's cinematography is by Rajnath SK.

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