Actor-director V Ravichandran’s son Manoranjan is back with his latest film ‘Prarambha’. Manoranjan’s last three films were failures at the box-office and the actor has pinned a lot of hopes on the film, that it would give him the much needed success.
Manoranjan says his definition of success is different. ‘We start every film hoping that it would be a success. But all the films doesn’t live up to everybody’s expectations. I am getting offers and people are watching my films. I don’t think much about the success. My only focus is about that my each film should be different from the other. That is what success to me is. Success may come a little late, but it will definitely come’ says Manoranjan Ravichandran.
Manoranjan plays the role of Manthan a youngster, who is also a painter. Speaking about the film, ‘There is a better life beyond a love failure. There is a family waiting for you. Many don’t care for their parents or siblings. They simply end their life once their love story ends. Life does not end there. Lot of people has problems in their life. Yet they move on. That’s what the movie tells about’ says Manoranjan.
‘Prarambha’ stars Keerthi Kalkeri as the female lead. The film is written and directed by Manu Kalyadi. The film was completed two years back itself. However, due to Covid 19 the film got delayed and is all set to release on the 20th of May across Karnataka.
The film is produced by Jenusri Tanusha Productions. Prajwal Pai is the music director, while Suresh Babu is the cinematographer.