The melody composed by Ajaneesh B Loknath has been sung by Vijay Prakash and Harshika Devanath
Last Updated: 04.40 PM, Jun 16, 2022
The first song from Sharan’s latest home production Guru Shishyaru is out now. Called Aane Maadi Heluteeni, the song has been composed by Ajaneesh B Loknath. Guru Shishyaru is a period film set in 1995, wherein Sharan plays a physical education teacher, who trains a local team of youngsters in kho kho. The relationship dynamics between the teacher and his disciples, which is more like a tug of war, forms the crux of the narrative. The sports drama has been directed by Jadeesha K Hampi, who made Gentleman earlier.
Guru Shishyaru pairs Sharan with Nishvika Naidu, who plays a langa davani clad village belle, Sooji, for the first time. The song, Aane Maadi Heluteeni, sung by Vijay Prakash and Harshika Devanath is an old-school romantic number, wherein Nishvika’s character Sooji has a crush on the local PT master. From following him around to telling him how she feels about him, Sooji, though, is quite progressive, one must say.
According to the team, although Guru Shishyaru has ample comedy in it, it is not a regular Sharan film and will come across as quite novel. In the film, Sharan coaches a team of 13 youngsters, some of who are star kids, including his own son Hruday, Prem’s son Ekanth, Ravi Shankar Gowda’s son Surya, Naveen Krishna’s son Harshith and (late) Bullet Prakash’s son Rakshak. The rest of the youngsters were chosen from auditions, for which they checked out 450 kids before zeroing in on the final lineup. All the chosen ones were put through the wringer (with intense training sessions) to ensure they’d play the game well. Produced by Sharan’s Laddu Cinemas, the film also stars veteran actor Suresh Heblikar and Dattanna.
Meanwhile, Sharan was last seen in Avatara Purusha, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime. Nishvika, who was last seen in Ramarjuna, has films like Gaalipata 2 and Dilpasand lined up for release.