'I am confident that Krishna Talkies will attract the audience to theatres'
...says Apurva, ahead of the release of Krishna Talkies later this week
Apurva, the heroine who was introduced by Crazy Star Ravichandran, is looking forward to her third outing, Krishna Talkies, directed by Vijay Anand. It will hit theatres this Friday (April 16), despite the 50 per cent occupancy order. “The producers are confident about the release, and I am confident that the content of Krishna Talkies, a mystery thriller, will attract the audience to theatres,” says Apurva.
The three-film-old actor got into the film industry quite by chance. “I was unaware of the workings of tinsel town and almost quit after my first film, thinking I would pursue my education. But fate brought me back to the world of cinema, and I am slowly taking my career forward. Thankfully, I have offers pouring in. But unfortunately, the pandemic and lockdowns have delayed my projects,” she says.
Krishna Talkies sees her paired opposite Ajay Rao, and according to Apurva, this film, which gives a glimpse of a cinema hall, has psychological elements, along with mystery, suspense and thrills. “Today, social media has reached every nook and cranny and has influenced a lot of youngsters. This film has a message for all of them, and at the same time, promises a thrill ride.”
Apart from Apurva, the film also stars Sindhu Loknath, Chikkanna, Yash Shetty, Shobharaj, Mandya Ramesh and Pramod Shetty. Bankrolled by producer Govinraju AH Aluru, the film has music composed by Sridhar V Sambraham. The camerawork is handled by Abhishek G Kasargod.
After Krishna Talkies, Apurva has signed Kaala Pathar, which is currently in the pre-production stage. In addition, she also has two more projects whose official announcements she is awaiting from the respective production houses.