Actor-director Apurva Kasaravalli, son of veteran director Girish Kasaravalli has made a comeback to cinema after six years by playing a negative character in Sharan’s ‘Guru Shishyaru’.
‘Guru Shishyaru’ is a film set in the 1990s. The film is a sports drama exploring the game of Kho-Kho. This film is about the conflict between a coach and his 13 players.
Apurva Kasaravalli last directed ‘Niruttara’ in 2016. The film featured Bhavana in lead role. After that Apurva was away from cinema and is now back playing the character of Rudrappa, a village landlord in the film. Recently, the actor celebrated his birthday and the team has wished him by releasing a released a special poster.
The post production of ‘Guru Shishyaru’ is almost complete and the film will be released soon. The film stars Sharan, Nishvika Naidu, Dattanna, Suresh Hebliker and others in prominent roles. The film is written and directed by Jadesh Hampi, who had earlier directed Prajwal Devaraj’s ‘Gentleman’.
‘Guru Shishyaru’ is jointly produced by Sharan’s Laddu Cinemas and Tharun Sudhir’s Kreatiivez. The film has music by Ajaneesh Loknath and cinematographer by Sudhakar Raj.