AMR Ramesh Starts his ‘Game’ With Arjun

Published: 08th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th January 2015 12:26 AM   |  A+A-

Director AMR Ramesh gets back into action after Attahasa, which was based on the forest brigand Veerappan. And, this time he chose  a murder mystery that will be shot  in Kannada and Tamil. “I will start Game in February, 2015,” he says. Ramesh known for making films based on real life incidents is once again trying to give an authentic feel to Game.

“This time, I will not reveal who or what is my source of inspiration because I will only end up dealing with litigation. I will reveal the details after I complete the shoot. As of now, all I can say is that a murder has taken place, a body is missing and many things are happening around the incident. Who is playing what game will be the theme of my story,” he says.

The film produced by Akshaya Creations also has Arjun Sarja who will be playing the investigative officer. The rest of the cast will be finalised soon. “Arjun is the best choice to play such a role and everybody agrees with my suggestion. I take a lot of care while choosing the actors because 50 per cent of the job is done when you pick the best candidates for a particular role.”

The director also confesses, “I will be also be playing a major role in Game as the antagonist. This apart Vaidy is the cinematographer, Sandeep Chowta is the music director and the editor is Krishna Reddy.” Game will be shot in and around Bengaluru, Sakleshpur and Switzerland. Meanwhile, Ramesh has not given up on the idea of a movie about Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination. “I have a some information to collect and hope to start the film by the year end,” he says.


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