Ricky Set for a January 22 Release

Rakshit Shetty and Hariprriya-starrer Ricky will ring in the New Year with its audio launch.

Published: 24th December 2015 01:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th December 2015 10:06 AM   |  A+A-

Rakshit Shetty and Hariprriya-starrer Ricky will ring in the New Year with its audio launch. Rishab Shetty, who is making his directorial debut, is making arrangements for an interesting event. "Arjun Janya, who has composed the music for our film, will perform with a live orchestra at Ambedkar Stadium in Basaveshwarnagar on December 31. He will sing all the songs from the album.

The two-and-a-half-hour programme will also have a tiger dance, along with other performances."

It is interesting to note that a film which is centred around naxalism and love has no less than five songs.

Ricky.jpgThe director says, "Though our film is based on a unique subject, commercial elements are very important. Moreover, some emotions cannot be told in one line and they can be expressed better through songs. All the songs are situational and blends well with the storyline," says Rishab.

With the audio launch set for December 31, the filmmakers have finally set the release date of the film, which has been decided by its producer SV Babu. "This long-pending film of

Rakshit and Rishab combination is all set to come to theatres on January 22. We are now in the process of bringing out the first copy and will be going to the censors shortly." he says.

This crime-thriller will also see Achyuth Kumar, Kishore and Pramod Shetty in supporting roles

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