'Don't think that my film will only focus on sentiments because it has a title connected to mother. Thaayiya Madilu is a complete commercial film with all the elements which are required for a well made entertainer' says S.Narayan.
Narayan was talking about his new film with the media persons in Rockline Studios where he has been shooting the comedy sequences featuring the film's hero Shivaraj Kumar and the heroine Rakshitha. Honnavalli Krishna, Doddanna and Shanthamma were the others who were the other artists in those comedy sequences.
Rakshitha, Shivarajkumar "We are now shooting those portions which have lots and lots of comedy elements. The film has lot of fun, good slice of sentiments and also some action sequences. I want to reiterate that this will be a complete entertainer' Narayan reiterated. Narayan was extremely happy about the co-operation he has so far received from all the artists. "I was little worried that Rakshitha may be immersed in her telephone calls and may not concentrate on the work. But to my surprise I find her to be not only punctual, but she has been showing lot of interest in portraying her character' he jokingly said.
Narayan also added that the film's music composition has taken quite a time and effort and without compromising on the quality they have got the right tunes. The music composition has been rendered by S.A.Raj Kumar. Cameraman P.K.H.Doss was also present in his press conference.
Hatrick Hero Shivaraj Kumar said that it is after a gap of six years that he is working with a disciplined director like Narayan and everything connected to the film is going on smoothly. He made a special mention about the lighting pattern in the comedy sequences that are now being shot in the Rockline Studios.
Rakshitha said she was little apprehensive before starting the shooting of the film whether it would be comfortable to work with a strict director like Narayan, but she found that the director was extremely helpful and supportive to her. "He is extracting best work from all artists' Rakshitha complimented.