Navagraha, a totally different film featuring seven heroes and two heroines, is in its final stages. One of the highlights of the film is that all the seven heroes are sons of villains in Kannada films. Darshan is the son of Togudeepa Srinivas, Vinod is the son of Tiger Prabhakar, Nagendra Urs is the son of Sundarakrishna Urs, Giri is the son of Dinesh, Srujan is the son of Lokesh, Dharma is the son of Keerthiraj and as the title implies, they play important roles in Navagraha. Sharmila Mandre and Varsha are the two heroines.
Now, there is no doubt that the movie will catch the attention of the public for the mere fact that it has seven heroes. But the producers are leaving no stone unturned and are concentrating more on the advertisements of Navagraha, which have been put together with care and cleverness. The ads will feature the fathers along with the sons. One ad which features the seven fathers standing with the two heroines on both sides will surely get noticed, says director Dinakar. The opening scene of the film will show the fathers" faces slowly transforming into their sons' faces; this is done cleverly by the graphics department. Dinakar says that Navagraha is all about seven minds thinking uniformly about one particular issue.