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Ravi Verma is holding the mantle of direction for the first time with this film besides writing its story and script. The film will be launched in the second week of May in Bangalore. Devi Sree Prasad is the music director of this film. The film's title has now been confirmed as Sangama, though many titles were considered.
Vedhika had already worked in Tamil and Telugu films and she was introduced to the film industry by actor Arjun who selected her to play his heroine in the film Madarasi. The film was later dubbed into Telugu. Then Vedhika worked in Tamil film Muni directed by dance choreographer Lawrence Raghavendra. She also worked in another Tamil film Kaalai in which she was teamed up with Silambarasan. Though her first two Tamil films were dubbed into Telugu, she was seen in another Telugu film Vijayadashami in which she was teamed up with Kalyan Ram.
Vedhika stays with her mother and a younger brother in Mumbai. Though she hails from Mumbai, she did her studies in the US and UK. She finished B.Sc in Business Administration and did M.Sc in marketing in London. "My mother is very cooperative and I love fighting with my little brother everyday. I love my family. I want to be known as a talented actress and a good human being," says Vedhika who is quite excited to be part of the Kannada film industry.
"I love all the usual, common characters. I am not particular about doing different characters but then, I am ready to do any kind of role that comes my way. My main aim is to do good characters in well made commercial films," says Vedhika.