Spooky College: Kushee Ravi and Vivek Simha are set to give you the jitters
Kushee Ravi's first release since her breakout performance in Dia, is Spooky College, a horror thriller that also stars Vivek Simha and Prithvi Rashtrakuta. Earlier this week, the team got together to launch a special song from the fim, Mellusire Savigana, a dance number featuring Reeshma Nanaiah.
Meet the stars of Spooky College
Spooky College, a campus horror thriller that was shot at a hundred-year-old college, and has Vivek Simha, Kushee Ravi and Prithvi Rashtrakuta in the lead, is ready for release. The film was supposed to come out on November 25, but has now been pushed ahead. A new release date is yet to be announced.
Kushee Ravi and Vivek Simha are in the lead
Kushee and Vivek made it to the recent song release event. The duo came dressed in co-ordinated black outfits in keeping with the horror theme of their film. They even sported matching makeup with Kushee's face adorned with cobwebs and Vivek's with spiders.
Kushee Ravi finally gets a release after Dia
Spooky College is Kushee's first release since her breakthrough role in Dia. The actress has been guarded about her role in the Bharat G directorial.
Reeshma Naniah gets a special number
Reeshma Nanaiah will be seen in a special song in the film. A dance number, the song, Mellusire, is a remixed version of the Dr Rajkumar and Leelavathi classic from Veera Kesari. The song has received mixed reviews, with Reeshma's look and dance highly appreciated, but with fans not liking Ajaneesh's remix much.
Vivek Simha loves the camera
Here, Premiere Padmini actor Vivek Simha strikes a pose for our lens.
Manohar Joshi: the man behind the spooky visuals
Biker and cinematographer Manohar Joshi has wielded the camera for the film.
Vivek is joined by Vijay Chendoor and Raghu Ramanakoppa
Vijay Chenroor and Raghu Ramanakoppa are also a part of the film, presumably as the comic reliefs.
Dorai Bhagavan and Doddarangegowda felicitated
Veteran filmmaker Dorai Bhagavan and poet and lyricist Doddarangegowda were felicitated at the event.
Bharath G's story takes place in an ancient college in Dharwad
Director Bharath G has set his story in a college in Dharwad, which is over 100 years old. The song, Mellusire, takes place when the protagonists travel to Dandeli. It is significant to the narrative and not a random glam attraction, he says.
Last Updated: 07.53 PM, Nov 17, 2022