Prajwal does not indulge in mimicking nag

With Madha Mathu Manasi releasing this week, the actor is confident that the commercial entertainer will connect with the audience

Published: 24th November 2016 06:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th November 2016 06:43 AM   |  A+A-

Express News Service

Prajwal Devaraj’s indefatigable pursuit to hit the bull’s eye with a runaway hit will probably end with the desired result if one goes by his confidence in his upcoming film, Madha Mathu Manasi, slated to release this week. According to him, the Sathish Pradhan directorial promises overall entertainment which is usually expected by the audience.

“My confidence comes for the fact that it has all the commercial elements required for the success of a film today. The format takes me back to my hit films like Sixer, Geleya, and Sagar among few others. People who prefer to see me dancing, romancing and in the action mode will get all that and more. It has got a perfect mix of all commercial elements balanced with a beautiful love story that only gets matured through the narration. A lot of people are sure to get connected with Madha Mathu Manasi,” he says.

Relating himself to the character, Madha, he says, “The character is very strong to his values and ends up thrashing people who have anything against Manasi, who is his love interest or his favourite hero, Shankar Nag. His transformation from a jovial person to a grim character will be the highlight of the film,” he informs and adds that unlike the trend, he does not indulge in mimicking Nag.

“I was not comfortable with the thought and though the makers suggested it, I rejected the idea. But love blossoms in the film because of Shankar Nag, which people will know when they watch the film,” he says.
The film is made under Mano Murthy’s production, who is known more as a music director and Prajwal mentions that his initial audio hit came through Geleya for which music was composed by Mano Murthy. “He has shown extra concern for Madha Mathu Manasi’s music. I personally liked the romantic song of the album. But the patho song sung by Kailash Kher has become a hit followed by Sruthi Hariharan’s introduction song,” he says.

According to the actor, the film will be a visual treat. “Every aspect of the film has been treated differently, which can be witnessed with each scene,” he says.


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