INDIA: “Karthikeya 2,” directed by Chandoo Mondeti and starring Nikhil Siddhartha’s is one of the most keenly awaited films of the year. The film has caused quite a stir in the media since its debut. The fact that “Karthikeya 2” also stars Bollywood actor Anupam Kher has piqued the interest of moviegoers even more. The production of the film is in full gear, to fans’ great delight.
A concept video by the film director was also shared on YouTube last year. Which starts with Sanskrit words “Kaliyug pradhama padhey, jambu dweepey, Bharatha varshey, Bharatha khandey’’ (In the first quarter of Kali Yuga, in Jambu Dweep, India: in the kingdom of the sages, in Bharat Khand) After which, a world map appears on the screen, and we can see that there is a small island beneath India that does not appear on today’s map. Which is none other than Shri Krishna’s Dwarka Nagri. The colorful visuals depict how the Kali Yuga began and how the city of Dwarka was devoured by the ocean.
Nikhil Siddharth and Chandoo Mondeti collaborated to make the blockbuster in 2014, and have decided to come up with a sequel to fantasy thriller Karthikeya. Nikhil Siddharth will portray the prominent character of a doctor in the film. Anupam Kher is also slated to play Lord Dhanvantari (The Hindu god of medicine and an avatar of Lord Vishnu) in the film.
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Karthikeya 2’s concept teaser provides a fast synopsis of the film, which is set 5000 years ago but has a contemporary premise. The movie will illustrate how the protagonist strives to conceal an essential historical secret from a gullible and wicked goon, 5118 years old
The movie’s developers also released a poster with the Sanskrit phrase “Vaidho Narayano Hari,” which translates to “Doctor is equal to the Almighty.” Karthikeya 2 is billed as a mystical thriller based on true events that occurred over 5000 years ago. People Media Factory and Abhishek Agarwal Arts have teamed up to finance the film.
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