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Dr. Vishnuvardhan, Ramesh Arvind, Prema and director Sachin were the major attractions in the audio release function of Vidya Films Ekadhantha which was also attended by the Chiefs of Vasu Agarbathi company, the sponsors of the film.
Krishna and Mohan, the CEO's Vasu Agarbathi company, Mysore released the audio and CD albums. Krishna said that the company is happy to associate with Kannada films in the future also and the company's new project "Maha Vasu', an economical and incense filled Agarbathi has been branded for the film. "We are trying to strengthen our brand and also see that "Maha Vasu' product gets a better leverage and publicity through our association with this film' he added. Earlier Vasu Agarbathi Company had also associated with another Dr. Vishnuvardhan starrer Neenello Naanalle.
Speaking earlier, Director Sachin said that he was happy that he was associated with two legends of the film industry-Dr. Amithabh Bachchan and Dr. Vishnuvardhan. "I have worked with Amit ji and now I have directed Dr. Vishnu ji. Both have some common virtues which have made them to attain a big level of success in their careers. Both of them are great actors, highly professional and disciplined in their work culture and are very good human beings. I have directed 16 films so far and Ekadhantha is my seventeenth film. I want it to be memorable in my film career, as eight of the twelve Marati films that I had directed have become silver jubilee hits. I also had some great artists like Ramesh Arvind, Mandya Ramesh and many others.
There was music director Guru Kiran who gave his best music for the film. Music is the soul of this film. I have received best co-operation from every artist and technician in the film. Ekadhantha will be a well performed, well packaged film' said Sachin.
Dr. Vishnuvardhan who is acting in the role of a Bus conductor for the first time in his career praised director Sachin for his dedication on the sets and his ceaseless energy. "He is like a dynamo and cares for even small details. I am sure that this film will be a treat for film audience. It has some good comedy and a bit of emotional content. When I did the dubbing work for the film I saw flashes of Sachin's brilliance. Ramesh Arvind and Prema have also acted very well along with many experienced and younger artists. I am happy to have worked with some great talents in the industry' said Dr. Vishnu.
Ramesh also heaped praise on director Sachin and said that Ekadhantha reminds him of Aaptha Mithra which also had Dr. Vishnuvardhan, Prema along with him. He said that he hopes for the repeat success of Aaptha Mithra which still remains a milestone in the history of Kannada film industry. Prema who came to the function at the concluding part of the celebrations said that she was happy to have worked in this film. "This is my fifth film with Dr. Vishnu sir with whom I have given many number of hit films. I am very happy to have got an opportunity to work with such a great director like Sachin who has done a fantastic work in the film' said Prema. Music director Guru Kiran who has written lyrics for a song and has rendered play back for two songs in the film said that this was his second film with Dr. Vishnu and said that he had really taken up a challenging work for the film. Guru Kiran had to sing "Bundle Badaayi Madeva' a popular song of the film. Even Sachin also rendered his favourite song after many artists of the film requested him to do so.