Kurukshetra’s audio to be launched this month
The film's post-production work is on in full swing, and one version of the magnum opus, being made in 2D and 3D, has been completed
The latest news on Darshan's Muniratna Kurukshetra is that the film, made in 2D and 3D, is into post-production, and work is going on at full swing.
The music rights of the mythological drama have been sold to Lahari audio company for a huge price. The makers, meanwhile are preparing for a mega audio launch, which in all likelihood, will take place by the end of this month. The music scored by V Harikrishna is accompanied by lyrics written by Nagendra Prasad. The album consists of four major songs, with bits that includes slokas and skanda padya.
On the technical side, the film’s dubbing has been completed and the team is done with effects and re-recording. Our source tells us, “One version of the film is ready, and will soon be sent to the censors.”
Apparently, the 3D version of the film is taking time because of the graphics, and it is said that technicians across Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Hyderabad, are working day and night on it.
“Everything is on track, and it is just that the production house wants everything in hand before getting into the promotional activities,” the source reveals.
Kurukshetra directed by Naganna, is Darshan’s 50th film. The historical drama features actors Ambareesh, Srinath, Arjun Sarja, Ravichandran, Ravi Shankar Nikhil Kumar, Sneha, Sonu Sood, Danish Akthar Saifi, Meghana Raj, and Hariprriya, among others. The film has cinematography by Jayanan Vincent.