Prakash Raj lends his voice over for the Tamil and Telugu versions of wildlife documentary Wild Karnataka; Mahesh Babu appreciates the same

Wild Karnataka documentary with Prakash Raj voice over which will have a television premiere on June 5 on Discovery TV.
Written By Anoop Sai Bandi | Updated: May 26, 2020 18:48 IST
Prakash Raj lends his voice over for the Tamil and Telugu versions of wildlife documentary Wild Karnataka; Mahesh Babu appreciates the same

Providing an insight into the rich wildlife heritage of Karnataka, young filmmaker Amogha Varsha made a 55 minutes documentary called Wild Karnataka. This documentary had a theatrical release in December last year. Now, it is all set to premiere on Discovery on the 5th of June. British broadcaster and historian David Attenborough had lent his voiceover for the English version of the film. Now, popular actor Prakash Raj has given voice over for the Tamil and Telugu versions of it. The actor stated that he feels proud to have narrated the film in Tamil and Telugu. Meanwhile, Superstar Mahesh Babu appreciated Prakash Raj on this feat. Mahesh added that he is looking forward to an interesting narrative.

 
Sharing a glimpse of his voice from the movie, Prakash Raj tweeted, "A meaningful journey, to have been a voice of nature #WildKarnataka. Painstakingly made, showcases India’s wildlife in way that has never been done before. Proud to have narrated in Tamil & Telugu languages @DiscoveryIn @DiscoveryPlusIn @wildkarnataka@kalyanvarma@amoghavarsha." Commenting on Prakash Raj's tweet, Mahesh Babu wrote, "Looking forward to your interesting narrative !! @prakashraaj way to go."
 
Wild Karnataka showcases various habitats and species of Karnataka's vast forest land. Grammy Award winner Ricky Kej composed the music for this film. It took four years to make this film with footage of more than four hours. It was nothing less than a herculean task for the director to get the narrative cut short to 55 minutes. Shot entirely on 4k, this film is now coming to the homes of all Indian audiences through its television premiere.
 
 
 


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