Filmmaker Adarsh H Eshwarappa has come up with a masterpiece for you. It is a laurel winning film as well as his second one, Bhinna, which is luring glory even before it has been released.
Recently Adarsh received the Best Screenplay Jury Award for Bhinna at the 9th Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival 2019 which was held in Mumbai.
An enthusiastic Adarsh tells us, “There were around 700 entries from around the world, and Bhinna won among them. The jury was from three different countries — one from India and the other two from Europe. Bhinna was the only Kannada film to get through. The feeling of winning an award before the world witnesses a film cannot be explained.”
Bhinna will have only four primary characters all through the film – Paayal Radhakrishna, Sowmya Jaganmurthy, Sidhaartha Maadhyamika and Shashank Purushotham. The last two have acted in Shuddhi as well. The specialized group will likewise be equivalent to Shuddhi’s.
The film is being created by Purple Rock Entertainers. Ganesh Papanna and Shashank Purushotham are the official makers, Andrew Aiello is the Director of Photography and music is by Jesse Clinton, while Nithin Lukose is the sound architect.
The pre-generation work has been continuing throughout the previous four months, says Adarsh, who includes that the film will be shot in a state of harmony sound style and that the music will be done in the US. At that point, he gives us a look into what Bhinna is about.
“The film is about an aspiring actress who is also a solo traveler. She collects a script from a director and takes off to a distant, isolated home-stay and starts reading the screenplay. As she reads, she starts imagining the characters from the story and also finds that many incidents are similar to those that have happened in her own life. Hence, she gets hooked to script and is curious about what unfurls further in the script as well as her future,” explains the young director.
The film, he includes, will shot inside and through evenings. The mark Adarsh contact that Bhinna will have is that there will be no melodies in the whole film and it will allow gathering of people to practice their dark cells. The shooting will occur in a few noteworthy areas with a couple of open-air shots. “While Shuddhi was a socially relevant film, Bhinna will be a complete psychological thriller. You did understand Shuddhi clearly if you were attentive, Bhinna I think will call for a multiple watches. That is the opinion of those who have read the script. It is more like solving a puzzle,” he says.
“The audience will be drawn to the theatres to watch it so they can crack the puzzle. I am not trying to show I am clever or that I want to confuse the audience. It is basically the storytelling style – a film that gives work to the brain. I like to watch films like that and am making one for my audience too.”
Does he anticipate that individuals should be amusement enough to returned to the performance center to watch the film once more? Adarsh reacts, “Absolutely. With my experience in the industry and Shuddhi, I know they will come back. People have watched Shuddhi seven to eight times. Bhinna will be a film that will challenge the audience’s intelligence. I know they will be hooked to it right from the word go. It will not be a film that will spoon-feed them. I know they are clever enough to crack this puzzle.”