Vikram Ravichandran to get raw and rugged for his next
The actor will be making an official announcement soon on his collaboration with debutant director Manu Nag
Even as audiences wait for Vikram Ravichandran's debut release, Trivikrama, the son of Crazy star Ravichandran has greenlit his second project. Manu Nag, the director of the short film, White, which was based on eye donation, starred Priyamani, and also had Amitabh Bachchan providing a voiceover, will now be helming his first feature film.
Manu has also worked as an assistant director in films like Athidhikal (Malayalam), Belli (Kannada) and Yogaraj Bhat's Dana Kayanau (Kannada). Manu reveals that he has come up with a raw subject, which will portray Vikram in a rugged look. The story, he tells us, will revolve around the emotions between parents and their son. "Vikram liked the script and especially his characterisation, and he has given the go-ahead for the project. The preparation work has begun," says the director, adding, "An announcement about the production house, the rest of the cast and crew, will be made by the team, and the actor soon."
Trivikrama, directed by Sahanamurthy, has already raised expectations with its posters and the teaser. There are two songs left to be shot for the film, which is now in post-production. Made in Kannada, under Gowri Entertainers, the commercial entertainer is all set to have a pan-Indian release after being dubbed in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Hindi.