S Kiran has written, directed and produced the crime thriller that also stars Tanvi, Tanikella Bharani, Suman
Last Updated: 09.43 AM, Dec 25, 2022
A civil engineer by qualification, S Kiran Kumar is wielding the megaphone for the first time for Jaan Say, a crime thriller headlined by upcoming actors Tanvi and Ankith Koyya. While Tanvi shot to fame with Aairavatham, Ankith Koyya made a mark in popular films like Johaar, Thimmarusu, Shyam Singha Roy, to name a few. The shoot of Jaan Say was wrapped earlier this year.
After Jaan Say’s title poster garnered decent response from film buffs, the makers unveiled a new poster featuring the film’s male lead Ankith Koyya, commemorating Christmas today. Ankith (introduced as the first dot from the film’s caption) is cast in the role of Pranay, a loverboy. The director is confident of ensuring an edge-of-the-seat experience to audiences in theatres.
The three dots as part of the film’s caption in the poster signifies the people around whom the story revolves. Jaan Say team is busy finishing the post-production formalities and will have a release in summer 2023. Thanikella Bharani, Suman, Banerjee, Ajay, Surya, Bhaskar, Ravi Varma, Vamshi, Anjali, Shankar Mahathi, Ayesha, Prasanth, Sri Valli essay supporting roles.
Ravi Shankar, Leela, Ravi Ganesh, Ramani Choudhary, Kiran Kumar, AK Sridevi, Venu Gopal, Teja, Santosh, VJ Lucky, Sreenu, Arun and others are also part of the cast. Sachin Kamal scores the music for the film which is edited by MR Varma. Vishwanath Karasala is the lyricist while P Madan is the dialogue writer. Mohan Chary has cranked the camera and Silly Monks has acquired the music rights.
The first lyrical video from Jaan Say is expected to be out in January 2023. Ankith Koyya had multiple releases in 2022 including Disney+ Hotstar’s web show 9 Hours, a special appearance in Amazon Prime Video’s anthology Modern Love Hyderabad. Some of his other significant works were Majili, Aswathama and Ooriki Uttharana.