Lucky Man, the directorial debut of choreographer-actor Nagendra Prasad in Kannada, is set to be released on September 9.
Nagendra Prasad’s father, Mugur Sundar, his brothers Raju Sundaram and Prabhudheva, actors Kichch a Sudeep, Rock line Venkatesh, Raghavendra Rajkumar, Vinay Rajkumar, and Yuvarajkumar, Sadhu Kokila, and Tamil actor Vijay Antony attended the film’s audio launch.
Everyone, including the film’s star cast (Krishna, Sangeetha Sringeri, and Roshni Prakash), spoke about Appu and how much he is missed.
The Kannada version of the fantasy romantic drama stars Krishna in the lead and Puneeth Rajkumar in an extended cameo. The film is an adaptation of the Tamil hit film, Oh My Kadavule.
Fans became emotional at the event after seeing Puneeth dancing with Prabhudheva in the lyrical video of Baaro Rajasong, which was followed by the trailer featuring Puneeth as God.
Watching the trailer and the song, Sudeep said, ”Everyone watching Lucky Man should cherish and celebrate Appu’s presence as we will not get another chance. I smiled watching the trailer as Puneeth’s character as God is completely justified.”
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Film stars #PuneethRajkumar @darlingkrishna @sangeethaSring, and @roshniprakash_ Film distributed by #JackManjumath to release on #September9 pic.twitter.com/o57u8M2ApH
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Krishna said, “I have acted in Appu’s films in the past. But I feel lucky that he has acted in a film, which has me playing the lead.”
Nagendra Prasad thanked everyone involved in Lucky Man, especially his brother, Prabhudeva, who was instrumental in bringing Appu on board. Under the Parsa Pictures banner, PR Meenakshi Sundaram and R Sundara Kamaraj produce the film.