Dayal Padmanabhan, known for handling megaphone for a variety of Kannada films, is set to come out with a psychological thriller – Trayambakam. The other interesting element of Trayambakam is Raghavendra Rajkumar playing a possessive father of girl.
The muhurat function of Trayambakam was held at Dharmagiri Sri Manjunatha temple, Banashankari on Friday. Power Star Puneeth Rajkumar was the chief guest at the muhurat function. Family members of Raghavendra Rajkumar and important functionaries of Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce have also attended the function to wish a good luck to Trayambakam cast and crew members.
“It is a psychological thriller. I have to thank Raghavendra Rajkumar for agreeing to act in this film. I am planning to shoot this film in Bengaluru, Coimbatore and Antaragange in Kolar and Nandi Hills. Shooting will be held at Lord Shiva temples,’’ director Dayal Padmanabhan said.
Anupama Gowda, who played a key role in Aa Karaala Raathri, has been assigned to play Raghavendra Rajkumar’s daughter in this film while Rohith plays a key role in this film. “I am lucky to have an opportunity to work with director Dayal Padmanabhan. I had an opportunity to work with him in Aa Karaala Raatri that was released recently. I am delighted and afraid to share screen with Raghavendra Rajkumar. I hope to adapt myself with him within a few days,’’ says Anupama Gowda.
Phanish Raj has written lyrics, Ganesh Narayan scores music. Naveen Krishna has penned dialogues for this film. This is Naveen Krishna’s sixth film with director Dayal Padmanabhan. “I worked so hard for this film. I was very difficult to convince director Dayal Padmanabhan. There are occasions where we have to differ, argue and debate over the quality of dialogues for this film. Finally, I succeeded in meeting his expectations,’’ says Neveen Krishna.
Director-cum-actor Shivamani plays owner of a paramedical company while Amith, the son of stunt master Jolly Bastin, plays driver character in this film.
Five likeminded persons have formed Future Entertainment to make this film.