'I want to do good cinema'

'I want to do good cinema'

The shooting of director Hemanth N Rao's next film, 'Kavalu Daari', is progressing at a brisk pace. After two succsessful schedules, the cast and crew are preparing to start the third leg of shooting. The film, produced by Puneeth Rajkumar, has actors Anant Nag, Rishi, Roshini Prakash and Achuth Rao playing prominent roles.

The project explores the life of a young traffic cop who aspires to do more than just manage traffic. He wishes to get into the criminal investigation wing of the police department because he feels that his skills are better suited there. The young traffic cop is played by actor Rishi, who says that he is thrilled to be part of a project that not only has a unique concept, but also some wonderful actors whose work is worth emulating.
Sharing his experience of working with Hemanth, Rishi says, "It has been a wonderful experience.He knows how to steer the story forward and has an in-depth knowledge about his character."

"This is completely Hemanth's film. It is amazing to watch how he goes about achieving his vision and his passion automatically rubs off on the others as well," he adds.

The project also has actors Anant Nag and Achyuth Kumar. Rishi points out that it is absolute delight to watch these two veterans go about their job.

"Both Anant sir and Achyuth sir have a very different style of acting. While the former thinks a lot about the scene and gets immersed in his role and gives the character his
own interpretation, the latter's improvisation is something to watch out for. He is always pushing the boundaries of creativity," says Rishi.

Asked about his role, Rishi says that his character becomes more intense and interesting after he stumbles upon a case.

"The case like a crossword puzzle and I don't rest till I get to the bottom of it," he explains.

Rishi says that he prefers to work on one project at a time and wants to do only meaningful cinema. "I want to do good cinema and I am passionate about working on realistic stories and good scripts," he says.

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