Actor turned director of kannada film Ulidavaru Kandanthe fame Rakshit Shetty interacted with the students of Mass Communication about his recent release if his film. After 10 days of its release, the much hyped cinema is running successfully in multiplex, a midst mixed reactions from the audiences.
Udupi based actor turned director Rakshit Shetty who has been receiving critical acclaim as well as audience’s appreciation for his directorial Debut shares few aspects which made him into the Kannada film industry. In the beginning of the talk Rakshit Shetty begins saying “he was inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction” which gave him the idea to do experimental cinema in Kannada film industry.
He is Delighted, for he has been able to portray the culture of coastal Karnataka at its best. Tagged as an experimental cinema in the Kannada industry for its style of narration, Dialect, Adapting sync sound, Ulidavaru Kandanthe is making buzz among the cinema audiences. An hour long interactive session impressed the students of MCMS which built a unique experience to get ideas from a young director who featured his new debut directorial film.
A special screening of the movie was screened in Big Cinemas to the students of MCMS, guests of the Departments of St. Aloysius College and Media personalities. The Film enthralled the audience and students of MCMS by its innovative Screenplay and Sync sound.
Mr. Ranjith Chowdary from Dept of Mass Communication shared his views “comparing the normal Kannada commercial films, this film has made a remarkable change in its distinct way of filming and scripting. I indeed recommend to be a must watch film that could change the filming style of Kannada film industry“.
Ms. Pujya Shetty a student from Dept of MCMS expresses her joy after witnessing her favorite actor Rakshit Shetty and interacting with him. “After the interactive session in the morning I indeed was eager to watch the film, watching Rakshit Shetty on screen delights me with his simple acting and awesome climax”.