Darshan starrer Bhoopathy which is set to release on February 16, the star's birthday will be a totally different film for the actor. The star himself said that Bhoopathy which is his 25th film will be different from the 24 films he has acted so far.
Darshan's take on his 25th film came during the audio release of Bhoopathy held on Sunday. The audio release function organised by Ashwini Audio Company was a simple but entertaining affair. The film's producer K.C.N.Chandrashekhar, film director Govindoo, the film's music director Hari Krishna and lyric writer Nagendra Prasad were present.
Darshan paid encomiums to the efforts of the film's director Govindoo whom we described as a perfectionist. "Govindoo has the knack of getting the best out of his artists and directors. I have enjoyed really working with Govindoo who has worked hard for the film. He has got the best tunes from Harikrishna' he added.
Govindoo said that when he thought of directing a Darshan film he really wanted it to be different from the other films of the Challenging star. "I wrote the story and the script keeping this factor in mind. Music director Harikrishna has given the best music for this film which have lot of melody in it. Producer K.C.N.Chandrashekhar has given all the adequate support during the making of this film' said Govindoo.
Chandrashekhar said that they had thought of a big audio release function and had thought of getting it released by Meena Thoogudeepa, mother of Darshan and Ms. Vijayalakshmi, wife of Darshan. "But somehow it could not materialise and now we have organised this function. The songs have come out very well and I am very happy about the way Govindoo has worked for the film. I am sure that the film will become a big hit' predicted Chandru.
Lyric writer Nagendra Prasad who was present in the function remembered that he had written lyrics for the first film of Darshan and he was very happy that he was called to write songs for the actor's 25th film also. "I have written lyrics for a majority of Darshan films and most of them have been hits' he added.