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Director and Actor Ramesh Arvind and Producer Raghunath played the roles of perfect hosts and programmers in the audio release function of the Accident which was held in a five star Hotel on Thursday night. A great function indeed as all the invitees had enjoyed every minute of the function which was entertaining, informative and enjoyable. Ramesh Arvind showed his class by organising this function in a meticulous manner. He introduced the artiss and technicians working in the film with lot of enthusiasm, gave a brief about the new type of film that he is doing and said the music of the film really rocks.
"Directing comedies is a comfort zone for me. I could have done it easily and I have gained some success out of it. But I did want to move away from this comfort zone and do something which was thrilling and challenging. I have done a thriller which I feel will appeal to all sections of the audience. I will promise you that Accident will be a film to watch and enjoy. Ricky Kej my music director has done a great job and I am happy that my confidence in him has paid rich dividends' said Ramesh. He also said that he has corrected some of the mistakes he has done earlier and tried to be as honest as possible in presenting the film.
Raghunath said that he has received full co-operation from all the artists and technicians of the film and hoped that his first film will go well with the Kannada film audience. The film's heroine Pooja Gandhi who was a star attraction of the function said that she was lucky to be part of this film and she enjoyed every moment she worked for the film. "Starrting from the film's producer Raghunath, every one connected to the film are intelligent, knowledgeable and they possess lot of communicative skills. It was easy for me to work in atmosphere. Ramesh is too nice a human being and a great actor and director to work with' said Pooja.
Ramesh Arvind also said that he is introducing eleven new talents in this film which will be written by Rajendra Karanth, who has recently won the Nataka Academy Award.