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Sharan's 'Avatara Purusha : Part 1' (Ashtadigbandhana Mandalaka) will hit the big screens on the 10th of December

Published On: 09 November 2021 | Sandalwood | By:

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The maiden collaboration between Sharan and director Suni is being released as two separate installments and the first part, titled 'Ashtadigbandhana Mandalaka' is ready for a theatrical release and will hit the big screens on the 10th of December.

A bonafide family entertainer that features director Suni's quintessential comic touches and Sharan's inimitable quirks, 'Avatara Purusha: Part 1' also has a great star cast that includes Ashika Ranganath, Sai Kumar, Srinagar Kitty, Balaji Manohar, Sudharani, Bhavya, Sadhu Kokila, and many more. For director Suni, the experience of working with so many talents has been quite enriching and a lot of the credit, he states, must go to producer Pushkar Mallikarjunaiah who encouraged him to think big.

"Pushkar sir had big plans for the film and he wanted to cast the best actors out there for the film. The second installment of the film will have Bollywood actor Ashutosh Rana playing the antagonist and the credit here, again, must be given to Pushkar sir who sought the talented actor to play the role. You can see the difference on the screen as these actors have taken the material to a new level," shares Suni.

And as far as the film and its subject matter are concerned, Suni is kicked about presenting the film to all the fans, especially to those of Sharan. "All the many fans of Sharan sir will thoroughly enjoy the film because it is an out-and-out comedy entertainer and he's on top of his game here. There's a lot of comedy along with an emotional track but it's pure fun, I can guarantee. The audience will particularly enjoy the black magic elements in the film," adds Suni.

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