The studios have come together with a focus on multiple features in South Indian languages
On the occasion of the 6thanniversary of KRG Studios, it has announced a collaboration with TVF Motion Pictures in the arena of feature films with a specific focus on South Indian regional languages. Through this partnership, they will jointly identify, develop, package and execute films that reflect the unique storytelling traits and values of both studios.
KRG’s goal is to encourage new voices, fresh and diverse storytelling and deep, meaningful alliances. Karthik Gowda, founder, KRG Studios said “Six years ago, we started KRG with the intention of contributing meaningfully to Kannada and other regional language cinema by relentlessly focusing on story development, high quality execution and wide distribution. Our endeavor has always been to encourage diverse stories and storytellers and our collaboration with TVF – a pioneer and powerhouse in strong and unique character-based storytelling – is a testament to our shared vision. I want to thank Vijay Subramaniam, a veteran in Media and Entertainment, who championed the cause and committed to being a part of this journey together.”
Speaking about the collaboration, Arunabh Kumar, Founder, TVF says,” Continuing with the spirit of Lights, Camera, Experiment, and telling stories from across India, we are proud to partner with Studio behind Films such as Ratnan Prapancha, Gurudev Hoysala, etc. to make movies in Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam and learn from their craft & team to tell more diverse stories.”
Vijay Koshy, President, TVF, adds, "At TVF, we have always believed in delivering pioneering stories with realistic narratives that strike a chord with viewers everywhere. Today, we are excited as we join hands with KRG, known for their exceptional storytelling that transcends regional boundaries and achieves pan-India success. In KRG, we have discovered a shared creative DNA that has drawn us together. This collaboration promises fresh, original stories, tailor-made for our diverse audiences.”