[an error occurred while processing this directive] Young actress Rashmi who had a great debut in Soori directed Super Hit film Duniya has obtained a totally different role just in her third film. "Mandakini' is her third film and the role is certainly a great challenge for this actress who is yet to complete twenty years. This is the information given by Mandakini director Ramesh Surve.
Duniya was a perfect launch for this young Kannada girl who has also worked in Ramesh Yadav's "Akka Thangi' directed by S.Mahendar which is now ready for release. Rashmi is pitted against senior actress Shruthi in the film, but director Mahendar says that the young girl's performance in Akka Thangi will be discussed for a long time. "She has the potential to be an actress capable of doing variety of roles' says Mahendar.
[an error occurred while processing this directive] 'Duniya Rashmi has done a fantastic job in the film. Many people who had heard the story element of the film said that they were little surprised over my choice of Rashmi for the role. But I struck to my decision and I am sure that Rashmi's talents has been fully exploited in the film. The role is challenging and Rashmi looked fully geared up to take this challenge. There are different dimensions in this role and Rashmi will be at her emotive best in the film' says the film's director Ramesh Surve.
According to Srinivas, the producer of "Mandakini' the film's musical content will be top class. "The lyrics and musical compositions of K.Kalyan will certainly rock in the film. We have already shot six songs of the film. And in a few days we will be shooting a 10 minute song which will be shot in twelve different locations. We may have to shoot this song for nearly twelve days in various locations. We have a good blend of Hindi and local singers who have rendered good songs for the film. And the story has a good knot. Ramesh Surve who is also a journalist has a good script on hand and I am sure the film will be much appreciated by the matured audience of the Kannada film industry' says Srinivas.