thiratha, a new Kannada film was launched on Saturday with the same team that made Goolihatti. Pavansurya and Tejaswini who were successfully paired in Goolihatti are working together in Athiratha. The film is produced by Bhuvan Chandrakanth and co-produced by Mahesh C N. Shashank Raj is the executive producer and R V Nageshwar Rao is the cameraman. Rajesh Ramanath is scoring the music. Muthuram is the director.

Producer Chandrakanth said he was inspired by Pavan’s first film Goolihatti to produce the film. The producer who is into chit fund business plans to invest about Rs 2 crore on producing the movie.

Director Muthuram who is from Tamil Nadu and after having worked with directors Prabhu Solomon and Majid among others is directing his first film. Muthuram said the film Athiratha is inspired from a real life incident that happened in Pondicherry about four years ago. He said the movie will be a commercial entertainer with a social message. He also said he wanted to retain the same combination of Goolihatti going by the response. The film throws on the flip side of technology and how it could be misused.

Pavan who is doing his second film said he was impressed with director’sstory. He said he plays an auto driver who has a kind of split personality with three shades to his character. The director has conducted workshop for the actors, he said.

Tejaswini said she had lost hope about continuing in the industry but after Goolihatti she had gained support. She said she plays a techie in the movie who is bold and beautiful with two songs on her. Tejaswini also said she had settled all differences with Pavan and the team of Goolihatti.

Rajesh Ramanath said he will start composing soon with local talent.

Co-producer Mahesh, Kalkere Gangadhar, editor Nagendra Urs and lyricist Loki were also present. Nagaraj is the choreographer.

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