A difficult situation can't hold down a true fighter. Telugu whiz, the matchless Venkatesh, has been preparing hard taking in the ropes of boxing for nine months now. Repeating the part of Madhavan in the Saala Khadoos Telugu redo Guru, Venkatesh's control and commitment has left an enduring impact on the film's chief Sudha Kongara. In a talk with her, we get a look into some behind-the-scene snapshots of the film.
Sudha Kongara's bi-lingual Saala Khadoos (Irudhi Suttru in Tamil) got numerous honors for its idea and exhibitions. Presently the buzz around its Telugu change is just getting greater, with the blurb drifting for quite a long time on online networking. A bulky and intense looking Venkatesh is not really conspicuous, in his boxer persona. Addressing Sudha, we figure out how hard her lead star has been working. "Venkatesh is completely restrained as a performer. Indeed, even before Irudhi Suttru discharged, he had gone ahead board as a lead for the Telugu form, in January. He said he would get an exceptional mentor to learn boxing and he began off from April. He needed to take a break because of a harm however began again in June. So every one of the muscles you see on the notices is because of his diligent work. He let me know, 'Madhavan got his bulky look in more than two and half years though I have had just nine months to get into character, between shooting different movies. So I need to work doubly hard'," said Sudha.
The look test and first look photo shoot with Venkatesh already has Sudha spouting. "He has been in the business for a long time yet he treats me with such center and regard when listening to directions. He doesn't have any know-it-all mentality for a star of his experience and stature. I adore the way that he just gives his everything to be that character and is absolutely focussed on the executive's guidelines." Mani Ratnam's previous partner chief, Sudha has her own particular style of working. She said: "I typically work with perusing and practices before beginning really shoot. Be that as it may, Venkatesh inclines toward going straightforwardly to the shoot and being unconstrained. By and by, he's bending over backward to work the path in which I am agreeable and is going to all the perusing sessions. It's astonishing to see such a major star like him being so taught and holding fast totally to a chief's style."
Sudha has given him a lot of homework too. "He has been viewing a few of the reference movies that I had requested that Madhavan watch. He's likewise watched a few confining matches and preparing the cushioning strategy required for this film," she included.
So, will there be any adjustments in the script to suit the Telugu sensibilities? "Really this is an underdog story with Pan Indian bid and will function admirably in Telugu as well. Indeed, even before I drew closer Madhavan, I had requested that Venkatesh do this film yet he was down with Dengue so couldn't do it. So there are not that numerous progressions to be made in that capacity. Madhi, the champion character will be from another calling which individuals can identify with additional, and not a fisherwoman. The film will be set in Vizag thus the nearby lingo will be there. In the Tamil variant, she was a gigantic Dhanush fan, however here, it will be another huge star which is a tension for the present."
Sudha is amped up for her group for Guru. "My sound folks Vishnu and Shree, audiographer Suren and Stunts Sam are all the same. The trailer cut will be again by Deepak Bhojraj and editorial manager Satish Surya is likewise the same. Rithika Singh, Mumtaz Sorcar and Nasser repeat their parts. The guardians will be played by Anitha Chaudhary and Raghu Babu. The craftsmanship chief will be Jacky i'll's identity working with surprisingly. My cameraman is Sakthivel of Renigunta acclaim. Gopinath Prasanna is doing plans and Poornima is taking care of outfits. The lyricists are Sreemani, Bhaskar Batla and Ram Jogayya, with Santosh Narayanan doing the music once more. We have recorded one melody and will begin shooting it soon," she said.