Saheba gets stuck at Animal Board
It isn’t just the censor board that’s holding up the release of the film. Now, they also have to wait for approval from the animal board
Looks like the release of Manoranjan’s debut, Saheba, is going to get further delayed, as the film is now stuck at the Animal Board.
Apparently, an elephant appears in the film, for which the makers have sought permission and are waiting to get approval. The animal will be seen in two or three scenes along with Manoranjan. Meanwhile, Saheba has also gone to the censor board, and they plan to watch the film in a couple of days. So the possibility of releasing on June 16 looks bleak.
“Making this film has only made me realise that though direction is tough, releasing the film is more challenging, as that isn’t only in my hands. We have to go through a lot of procedures before bringing the film to theatres,” says Saheba’s director, Bharath.
Having waited for so long already, another 15 days can be managed, and the makers are hopeful to release the film by June end or July 1st week.
With Manoranjan in the lead, Saheba features Shanvi Srivastava, along with senior actor Lakhsmi playing a pivotal role. The film has music by V Harikrishna and cinematography by GSV Seetharam.