From Crazy Star V Ravichandran, Shiva Rajkumar, Rakshit Shetty, Rishab Shetty, Raj B Shetty, Yogaraj Bhat, to Srujan Lokesh, and many more, came to wish the actor and catch the trailer in 3D
Last Updated: 02.52 PM, Jun 22, 2022
Officially, the trailer of Kiccha Sudeep’s much-awaited 3D fantasy action thriller will be out only tomorrow evening, June 23, at 5.04 pm. But a select few had the privilege of a preview today in Bengaluru. Led by Sudeep, director Anup Bhandari and producer Manjunath Gowda, the team showed the trailer and the viral hit Gadang Rakkamma in 3D to the local media and their friends from the industry.
While the trailer was, no doubt, the high point of the event, what was also noteworthy was the sheer number of people from the industry who came to wish Sudeep ahead of the film’s release. At the PVR screen that the trailer preview was held, six rows were reserved for the who’s who of the Kannada film industry. In fact, the team had to curtail the number of invites that went out, as it was also an event for the local media, and yet there was a good turnout of Sudeep’s friends from the industry.
The event, therefore, was just as much about the trailer, as it was about a show of goodwill for Sudeep. From V Ravichandran, Shiva Rajkumar, Rakshit Shetty, Rishab Shetty, Raj B Shetty, Yogaraj Bhat, to Srujan Lokesh, Indrajit Lankesh, Arjun Janya, Rajeev Hanu, etc., turned up and stayed through the event and even joined Sudeep and Bollywood siren to do a jiggy to the hook step of Gadang Rakkamma.
In recent times, Kiccha Sudeep has been in the ‘eye of a storm’ for not tweeting in support of KGF: Chapter 2 or its leading man Yash. Fans of both actors had engaged in a war of words on social media, during which time it was pointed out that Sudeep had, in fact, wished the team during the release of the first KGF film, a gesture that was not reciprocated by them. There were other instances too, were Sudeep had reached out, but did not get the response one would expect.
Sudeep, who is quite active on social media has always been known to encourage upcoming talent, films, etc., and, therefore, the fact that so many people came to support him today becomes even more important.