Prajwal Devaraj will be working with Gurudatha Ganiga on 'Karavali', whose promo just dropped
Prajwal Devaraj has an array of interesting films currently in the making and one among them is 'Karavali'. The film, from the looks of it, is an intense actioner that is set in Tulunadu and will be centred around the sport of Kambala, one that all of us got to learn briefly about in Rishab Shetty's 'Kantara'.
The first promo of 'Karavali', which was released recently, offers a peek into the alluring world that the film is set in and also unveils Prajwal Devaraj's rather unique look. Gurudatha Ganiga writes, directs and also produces the film which marks Prajwal's 40th outing as an actor.
And the promo or the teaser has already begun generating encouraging responses, with the striking visuals, the background score and the overall setting being highlighted by social media users. Fans of Prajwal Devaraj, or the 'Dynamic Prince', as he is popularly referred to, are also super kicked to see the actor don a starkly different avatar compared to his other films.
As far as the story of 'Karavali' is concerned, the makers have released the first-look poster with the tagline Animal vs Human to suggest that there is going to be lots of intense action in the film. The latest reports also inform us that the story will explore Tulunadu or the Dakshina Kannada culture in an enterprising way, with the visuals, the costumes, the language and so many more idiosyncratic elements coming into play.
For Gurudatha Ganiga, this will be his second venture as a director after the 2018 film 'Ambi Ning Vayassaytho'. He was initially meant to also direct Prajwal Devaraj in the upcoming action thriller 'Mafia' but was later replaced by Lohith H. At the time, Prajwal revealed that he would be working with Gurudatha Ganiga on a different story altogether, which now turns out to be 'Karavali'.
Prajwal Devaraj, on the other hand, has 'Gana' and 'Mafia' up for release shortly and he is currently working on multiple other projects like 'Cheetah', 'Jathara' and others.