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Rakshit Shetty teams up with Dhanush, Nani and Nivin Pauly for Avane Srimannarayana- Cinema express

Rakshit Shetty teams up with Dhanush, Nani, and Nivin Pauly for Avane Srimannarayana

The trailer of Avane Srimnnaryaana will be unveiled in five languages by top actors of Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam film industries on November 28

Published: 26th November 2019
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The trailer of Rakshit Shetty’s upcoming cop drama, Avane Srimannarayana, directed by Sachin Ravi, is all set to drop on Thursday in all five languages. Jointly produced by Pushkar Mallikarjunaiah and H K Prakash, the film will be released in the four South Indian languages and Hindi.

Avane Srimannarayana's trailer will be unveiled by top actors from the various film industries. While the Tamil version will be launched by Dhanush, Nani and Nivin Pauly will be releasing the trailer in Telugu and Malayalam, respectively. Rakshit will himself release the Kannada and Hindi versions.

Rakshit, who gained popularity across South India with his debut directorial, Ulidvaru Kandante, is excited that Avane Srimannarayana will be reaching such a wide audience. Ahead of the trailer release, the actor tells Cinema Express that he is glad to have the support of actors across industries.

‘Dhanush is a versatile actor’

Rakshit Shetty is looking forward to Dhanush unveiling the Tamil version of the Avane Srimannarayana trailer. “Dhanush, according to me, is an actor known for his versatility, and for the variety of characters and subjects he takes on. I felt he was the best person to launch our film’s trailer,” says Rakshit, who got in touch with the Tamil actor through director Karthik Subbaraj, with whom he has a long-time association. “I have known Karthik Subbaraj and his team, and they are always there to help me out,” he adds.

‘Nani connects with all kinds of audience’

Rakshit Shetty spoke to Telugu actor Nani for the first time when he reached out to him about the trailer release. “He came across as a super-sweet person, and I got positive vibes in our very first conversation. Going by his body of work, I felt that he can connect with all sets of audiences — family, children and also the youth. As an actor, I too have people from all sections following my work. So I thought he would be the ideal person to release the trailer of Avane Srimannarayana in Telugu,” says Rakshit.

‘Nivin Pauly has always extended support to me’

“Nivin is releasing the trailer in Malayalam. Our association goes back to the time he watched my directorial, Ulidavaru Kandante. Since then, he has been a good friend of mine, and has always extended support to me. He has been helping me in all ways, right from distribution to the release of Avane Srimannarayana,” adds Rakshit.

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