Dhruva Sarja to dub for Chiranjeevi Sarja's character in Rajamarthanda
Dhruva is lending his support to his brother's projects, which are now in various stages of post-production
Dhruva Sarja has come to the rescue of producers whose films are at different stages of post-production after the demise of Chiranjeevi Sarja. Dhruva has decided to step in to dub for his elder brother.
The actor has agreed to lend his voice to lyricist-turned-director Ram Narayan's upcoming film, Rajamarthanda. Dhruva has informed this to the film's producer, Shivakumar. This has come as a relief to the Rajamarthanda team, which was only left with the shooting of a duet song sequence and the dubbing. "I was informed by the producer about Dhruva Sarja lending support to Rajamarthanda," says director Ram Narayan, who wants to start the dubbing process according to Dhruva's convenience. "I was also told by my producer that even Darshan sir was willing to dub for the film. He had expressed this to the producer. He wanted to lend support to the film, out of the friendship he had with Chiranjeevi Sarja."
According to the director, Chiranjeevi was keen on dubbing for the film, because the dialogues are in Halegannada (old Kannada) language and there are few scenes that had the actor narrating lengthy dialogues. "Dhruva Sarja will do complete justice to his brother's character. We couldn't have asked for better support," says the director.
Meanwhile, Ranam, which is ready for release, and Kshatriya, 70 per cent of whose shoot has been completed, are the other two films of Chiranjeevi Sarja lined up for release.