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Director Adhik Ravichandran Opens Up About Prabhu Deva's Role In Bagheera

Director Adhik Ravichandran, at the trailer launch of his upcoming film Bagheera, opened up about Prabhu Deva's role.
by Anoop Sai Bandi | October 08, 2021 18:10 IST
Director Adhik Ravichandran Opens Up About Prabhu Deva's Role In Bagheera

Prabhu Deva will be seen playing the lead role in director Adhik Ravichandran's Bagheera. The trailer shows Prabhu Deva playing multiple getups in the films. The psycho mystery thriller features Prabhu Deva, Amyra Dastur, Gopinath Ravi, Sakshi Agarwal, Janani Iyer, Remya Nambeesan, Sanchita Shetty, Grayathrie, Sonia Agarwal, and Nasser in important roles.

 
Director Adhik Ravichandran said, "It’s been 2 years I met anyone outside due to the pandemic issues. I decided that when I come back, I have to come up with something new of its creation. Bharathan films are alone the core reason for this project getting materialized at a big budget. I thank the producers for their kind gesture. When working as an assistant director, I came for an audio launch here, and I wasn’t allowed due to overcrowding. This made me make a firm decision that all the audio launches of my movie must happen at Sathyam Cinemas. I am glad that it’s happening now. When Ganesh Shekar worked with me for my first movie, I told him that I will introduce him as a music director when I become a great director. It has become a reality with this movie. None of the actresses here are heroines in this movie. They all have prominent characterizations. Actress Amyra Dastur has done a fabulous job in this movie. Despite not knowing Tamil, she has delivered an amazing performance. My father is the main reason behind my success. Prabhu Deva master is the main reason behind this film getting materialized. He is the soul of this movie. He would blindly just do what I would ask him to perform. I thank him for the trust he had in me. Even I am not sure to which Bagheera belongs. I thank GV Prakash for giving me a directorial opportunity.”


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