Hrithik Roshan’s latest film Krrish is being simultaneously dubbed and released in Telugu and Tamil. Audio of Telugu version of Krrish was released at a function arranged in Hotel Fortune Katriya. D Rama Naidu and Ramesh Prasad released the audio CD and audiocassettes of Krrish respectively.
Hero Hrithik Roshan said, “I feel happy that my character speaks and sings Telugu in Telugu version of Krrish. People in Mumbai are jealous of Telugu cinema because love, loyalty and faith Telugu audiences shower on the stars and filmmakers. I am very much exciting that my film is being dubbed and released in Telugu. Krrish is going to be a path breaking film. This project is one of the biggest challenges we have taken up in our careers.”
Director Rakesh Roshan said, “In February I was approached by various filmmakers to dub this film in Germany, Spanish, Chenese etc. I thought that we must cater to other Indian languages first before making entry into foreign languages. This film belongs to a new genre. We hired action directors from China for this film. This film is a sequel to Koi Milgaya. Hrithik is acting as son of Hrithik and Priety Zinta. His parents die when Krrish is five years old. Krrsh is raised by his grandmother (Rekha) in Himalaya. And he falls in love with Priyanka Chopra. You need to watch the film to know the rest of the story."
Chief guest Rama Naidu said, “I produced three films with Rakesh Roshan as hero on Suresh Productions banner. I wanted to remake a Telugu blockbuster in Hindi recently, but Hrithik did not like the story. I like his way of selecting stories. Hrithik concentrates more on script and story before going into acting in it.”
Actress Charmme said, “I listened to the Hindi songs of Krrish and liked them very much. I liked the picturization. I am eagerly waiting to watch this film.”
Producer Lagadapati Sridhar said that he watched all films by Rakesh Rohan and opined that Hrithik Roshan is an amazing actor.
Ramesh Prasad said that his son Sai Prasad is coordinating the special effects for this film at Prasad Labs, Mumbai. He commended Rakesh Roshan as dedicated filmmaker.