Ram Babu Productions producer Soorappa Babu is guaranteeing 2 hours and 20 minutes of entertainment when Kotigobba 3 hits the screens on Dussehra.
“I have full faith in the audience. It is a surefire entertainer that will not disappoint. People will enjoy 2 hours 20 minutes in theatres.
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I had promised the fans and the audience that I would release the film a fortnight after it was given 100% occupancy and I have kept my promise.”
The manufacturer guarantees that the audience will be happy. “Every scene in the film is thoroughly entertaining and Sudeep and Ravi Shankar have ensured complete entertainment.
We haven’t compromised. After watching the trailer, people said that they are happy that films with so much technical skill are being made here. We have had to wait because of the pandemic, but we are sure all that will be forgotten after this morning’s show.”
Will there be a Cotigobba 4?
Aftab Shivdasani is in Bengaluru for the release of his first Kannada film, Kotigobba 3, where he shared the screen with Kichcha Sudeep. The 43-year-old actor, who came into limelight when he was cast as Ferex Baby at the age of 14 months and starred in several films as a child artist, including Mr India, has completed 22 years in the Hindi film industry. He has worked in many genres including romance (Mast), horror (Darna Mana Hai), comedy (Hungama) and thriller (Kasoor).
Aftab has worked side by side with actors like Akshay Kumar, Paresh Rawal, Akshaye Khanna, Esha Deol and Ameesha Patel in multi-starrer as well as solo hero.
The actor, who has also featured in the web series (Zeher 2), talks to MetroPlus about his journey, Kotigoba 3 and more.
It’s amazing to be a part of a successful franchise. Sudeep is a dear friend; He is almost like family to me. He wanted me to do something in the south. When I was approached for this film, I called him and he was thrilled. Soon we were working together for Kotigobatba 3. This film will be special for me as not only did I get to work with a friend, but it is also my first Kannada film. Unfortunately, COVID-19 put the release on hold. This is one of the first theatrical releases after the lockdown.
I am glad that everything went well for the film and for me.
I don’t understand Kannada at all. I tried to learn something, and worked with a lot of enthusiasm during the shoot. Learning a new language is always a challenge. I made sure I got the emotions and the acting right. Dubbing took care of the diction and covered up any mistakes I made during the shoot.
I don’t look at my career negatively nor do I want to look back, be it life or my career. I don’t see it as being sidelined or people not realizing my potential. There will always be people who realize our potential and those who don’t. I have accepted it as it should have been.
One can spend hours in wishful thinking, but it won’t get you anywhere, because life turns out for each of us exactly as it was meant to be. There is a certain way of conducting God and life, which we cannot go against. I don’t look at my career as if I was sidelined, but I took it forward by accepting challenges, doing my best and being grateful for what I got.
While OTT may not kill the theatrical release, it has certainly made a dent. Short films may suffer as people will think twice before going out to watch it on screen when they are sure that they will get to watch the same movie on streaming platform a few weeks later.
The lockdown has made people in the habit of watching movies on their TVs, laptops and even mobiles. I believe one must have film experience in theatre. No matter how good your popcorn is, it can never match the cinematic experience.
As an actor, what cinematic developments have you seen in your career spanning two decades?
It is difficult to sum it up in one sentence. Cinema has clearly weathered a lot of storms in terms of stories, the way they are made and even the acting. This change has happened because of the ever-evolving mind of the audience. The influx of technology has played a huge role in the way cinema is made. Everything from the content to the things being filmed has shifted to the next level.
There are definitely a lot more opportunities for actors. The boom in OTT has led to multiple roles for actors across different platforms. Being content driven, it is a great opportunity for producers and actors to explore, express and showcase our talent. The digital platform is a huge playground to play and many actors will benefit from it.
“Taking the franchise forward depends on many things, the most important being how the film is received.
After that, if Sudeep sir is ready and we have a suitable story and every factor comes in place, we can always take it forward,” he indicated.