'I am grateful to people'

'I am grateful to people'

Actor Yash, who began his career in the Kannada film industry with ‘Jambada Hudugi’, was noticed only after his performance in ‘Moggina Manassu’ which won him an award for best supporting role. Since then, the young actor has been consistent in choosing his projects.

Looking back, Yash admits some of his choices were indeed risky but he has no regrets.
And why would he have regrets? He struck gold in 2014 when ‘Mr and Mrs Ramachari’ broke all box office records and he is ending this year on a new high with ‘Masterpiece’ which is breaking records set by ‘Mr and Mrs Ramachari’.

“I got to know that the day we released ‘Masterpiece’; the first show was at 5.30 am but people had started queuing up much earlier. It ran with packed houses and continues to do so. I am grateful to people for their tremendous support,” he says.

Yash dubs his character in ‘Masterpiece’ as “bold”.

“I play the role of a young man whose only intention is to make as much money as possible. He doesn’t hesitate to take devious routes to reach his goal. People may wonder about the character’s conscience but he doesn’t mind a little prick and his emotions don’t rattle him,” explains Yash.

With the second half seeing the transformation of the character, Yash says he “thoroughly enjoyed working on the script”.

 The movie has not only woven a story that caught the public’s attention but has also incorporated the latest filmmaking techniques. “We’ve not only used the latest equipment but also used light and sound effects to add that special element,” he adds.

In addition, the combination of Radhika Pandit and Yash on screen seems to work pretty well.  They will be acting together once again in a project which is touted to be a ‘love story’.

As an actor, Yash feels that it is not only his responsibility to entertain people but to also work on projects that send out a definite social message. He observes that there has been a remarkable change in the Kannada film industry this year.

“The strength of films in the Kannada industry has always been underestimated but now we have seen other language film industries take note of our work”, he says.

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