The director says the thriller which can be launched in three languages, has the identical actors and storyline however three totally different endings
Director Rajashekar, recognized for movies reminiscent of Barfi and Amrutavani has turned producer with Trikona. The movie in three languages (Kannada, Tamil and Telugu) stars Lakshmi, Suresh Heblikar, Sudha Rani and Achyuth Kumar amongst others.
Rajashekar says he had written the story for Trikona. “I contacted my pal, Chandrakanth, to put in writing the dialogues. He took three months to do the job. He had modified the script, giving it his personal twist. Once I learn his work, I used to be stunned and steered he direct the Kannada model as I felt solely he’ll have the ability to do justice to the story. We retained my model for Tamil and Telugu.”
The movie is known as Trikona in Kannada, Trikonam in Telugu and Go Sluggish in Tamil. Rajashekar says the movie is a uncommon experiment, which has not been tried in India so far as I do know. This can be a distinctive movie. It has the identical solid and crew, however every model has a distinct perspective and ending. To keep up that uniqueness, we even had totally different editors for every model.”
Rajashekar calls the thriller a take a look at of endurance. “The story follows the lifetime of a 25-year-old man, a middle-aged particular person and an aged couple. All of them are given the identical problem. The movie follows how every particular person reacts to it as per their age and expertise.”
Rajashekar is cautious concerning the launch of this movie. “The thought was to launch the teasers in all three languages by the top of this month with the tagline, Corona to Trikona,” he says with fun.
What if theatres take longer to open? Will they take a look at an OTT launch? “OTT platforms work for large names and budgets. Even when we scream from rooftops that our movie is sweet, the shouts will fall on deaf ears. That’s the harsh actuality. But, we’re assured that Trikona will do nicely, we now have nice actors, workforce and a superb storyline. We aren’t petrified of shedding as we be taught to win from each loss. We’re ready for a theatrical or an OTT launch. We’re right here to make movies out of ardour, not for cash.”