"I am not a human, I am a Demon," says Sudeep in the teaser to underline the fact that he plays a slightly unorthodox hero in the film
Well, the veil on Kiccha Sudeep's next project has been finally lifted as the makers of 'Kiccha 46' launch the maiden teaser of the film. Fans of the actor, film industry trackers and aficionados, in general, maintained a keen eye on this glimpse to unravel what the actor had/has been cooking up secretly. From Sudeep's look, the character he has chosen to play and, of course, the title of the film, there was a lot to look out for and gather from the teaser.
But turns out that the film is yet to get a title which means that one will have to continue referring to the project as 'Kichcha 46'. What we do get from the teaser is the tagline 'Demon War Begins' and judging by the visuals of the promo, Sudeep seems every bit the Demon in the film who must set out on a war filled with deadly enemies. "I am not a human, I am a Demon," says Sudeep in the teaser to underline the fact that he plays a slightly unorthodox hero in the film that seemingly has a lot of bloodshed, high-octane action and thrills on offer. The Demon in him is battered, bruised but, as he states in the same voiceover, he isn't the one to quiver and quit the war.
Debutant Vijay Karthikeyaa directs the film with Kalaippuli S. Thanu of V Creations bankrolling the film and Sudeep, too, involved in the production under his home banner of Kichcha Creatiions. The teaser has been released in five different languages, including Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam and Telugu, which means that the film will release in theatres with a 'pan-India' tag attached to it.
Another highlight of the promo is B. Ajaneesh Loknath's score. The buzz that surrounded the teaser launch suggested that popular Tamil music director Harris Jayaraj would score the music of the film, but the teaser reveals that Ajaneesh has been handed the responsibility instead. The video glimpse offers a taste of the 'vibe' of the film with the Kantara composer's trademark use of percussions and string instruments seeming like a prominent feature of the soundtrack.
Shekar Chandru has been trusted with cinematography with KGF 2, Kabzaa and Salaar production designer Shivakumar J coming on board to create the world of Kichcha 46. S.R. Ganesh Babu will handling editing.