Mega Hero Varun Tej and directors Krish’s “Kanche” is all set to hit the theaters tomorrow on the occasion on Vijaya Dashami. This film got a U/A certificate. Let’s have a look at the highlights of this periodic drama.
Kanche film runs in the period of 1945 at the time of Second World War (WW2)
Krish is the director of this film. This is the fourth film of this versatile director and first after directing “Gabbar” in Hindi.
This is the first movie in India created the genre of World War Two.
Pragya Jaiswal is the lead heroine whereas “Chennai Express” fame Nikitin Dheer as anti.
Varun’s Tej name in the film is Dhupati Hari Babu and plays the character of a soldier.
Overall he plays, three characters in the film a college student, village guy, and the soldier.
Varun Tej and Srinivas Avasarala have done a boot camp and attended few physical training classes for their soldier’s characters.
Around 400 artists were used to shoot the war scenes in Georgia.
With such heavy script and story, “Kanche” was just shot in 50days.
Story and Screenplay are the main assets of this film.
Essentially this story was narrated to Ram Charan, but Krish dropped his idea and directed Varun Tej.
Varun Tej had only one day gap after completing Kanche and start acting for his next film.
On the last day of his dubbing, Varun dubbed for 18 straight hours and slept while reading dialogues.
Chirantan Bhatt has scored music for Kanche while Baba is the cinematographer.