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Sharan's Guru Shishyaru brings sports and entertainment together on screen

Published On: 22 September 2022 | Sandalwood | By:

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Sharan is one of the earliest comedians to make a transition into leading roles, and most of his films as the hero played to his strengths as a comedian.

However, Sharan in Jadeshaa K Hampi’s Guru Shishyaru brings his other talent to the fore. In this film, co-produced by director Tharun Kishore Sudhir, Sharan plays a Physical education teacher in this sports drama.

“Guru Shishyaru is well within my zone. It is like playing on the same ground, but this time, it’s a different game. The usual mannerism of Sharan won’t be seen a lot in this film. The entertainment quotient will still be there through the kho-kho games,” says Sharan, ahead of the film’s release tomarrow, September 23.

“The credit for conceiving a subject on kho-kho should go to two people - the director (Jadeshaa) and creative head (Tharun),” Sharan adds.

Sharing his experience of working in Guru Shishyaru, Sharan says, “Anything different and new has always caught my attention. Acting in this film made me learn a different kind of art, and it was physically challenging to play this role.”

Apart from Sharan, the film also stars 11 young kids who play the role of kho-kho players.

“The film is set in 1995, and it gave me an opportunity to relive those times. I saw innocence in those kids, and through the process of making the film, they taught me so much. The film brings sports and entertainment together in one frame and also brings out the divine relationship between a teacher and his students, which is the best part of Guru Shishyaru.”

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