Thurlow, who will serve as the executive producer on Vrushabha, has previously worked on Oscar-winning titles such as Moonlight and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
Nanda Kishore's mega project Vrushabha seems to be taking good shape. The film boasts an exciting ensemble cast that will be led by none other than superstar Mohanlal with young Telugu actor Roshan Meka, too, playing a prominent role in the pan-Indian project which is billed as a 'high-octane' father-son drama. Bollywood actor Sanjay Kapoor and Maheep Kapoor's daughter Shanaya Kapoor makes her debut with Vrushabha and so does Zahrah S Khan. Roshan's father and veteran actor Srikanth Meka and Kannada actress Ragini Dwivedi, too, star in the film.
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And to make things bigger and better, the makers have brought well-known Hollywood producer Nick Thurlow on board. Thurlow, who will serve as the executive producer on Vrushabha, has previously produced and executive produced Hollywood films such as The Kid, Last Knights and Desiree. His filmography also includes Oscar-winning titles such as Moonlight and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
With a seasoned campaigner like Nick Thurlow now part of the project, it is evident that team Vrushabha aims to render a film that is on par with big Hollywood productions. While they do already have a credible team in place, it will all come down to how the film is executed after all.
The makers have also released a 57-second-long behind-the-scenes promo to display the architectural model of the vast set and also reveal the conversation ensuing between director Nanda Kishore and EP Nick Thurlow. The duo can be heard discussing the technicalities of the shoot and all other various facets involved in it.
The shoot of Vrushabha began only a couple of weeks ago in Mysuru and one gathers that Nanda Kishore is leaving no stone unturned in putting together a film worth all the hype. In a recent interview with a media outlet, he disclosed that he is approaching the project as though it is his debut outing, adding that this pan-Indian film would be his litmus test as a filmmaker.