High-octane family drama

High-octane family drama

High-octane family drama

lead pair Suhasini and Ananth Nag.

Director Dinesh Baboo who has made many films that are largely sunk in family drama and woven around themes that affect daily lives, will soon be out with his latest offering, Eradane Maduve, that’s touted to be another family entertainer.

The movie brings together the one time popular pair – Ananth Nag and Suhasini, after a gap of six years.

Veteran actor Ananth Nag, who slips into any character with ease, essays the role of a house-husband whose life changes dramatically when he loses his job under peculiar circumstances.

 “Suhasini is the real man of the house and she rules the roost. The story revolves around the happenings in the family and how they treat me,” Ananth says.

Suhasini, the lead character says that it is interesting to work with a team of experienced as well as young artistes. “I would like to work with a disciplined director like Dinesh Baboo who plans everything and executes them to perfection. It was also enjoyable to work with Ananth Nag. My character is different from my usual roles,” she averred.

Lovely Star Prem who seemed to be excited about working with Suhasini, declared that, although the title of the film sounded controversial, it was a pure entertainer. He said, “First, I didn't accept the role. But, when I heard the story, it looked interesting and I didn’t think twice before signing up for it.”

K Rajeev, the producer said that it was for the first time that PVR had come forward to distribute the film world wide. The film is releasing in 10 cities in the USA.

Under the banner of Suresh Arts, the film will be released in May. Actors Jennifer Kotwal, Sharan, Rangayana Raghu, Tara, Navya and Sindhu form the rest of the cast. The film will be remade in Telugu where Rajendra Prasad will be cast opposite Suhasini.