A perfect plan well executed on time brings the entire team of ‘Raja Bheema’ to the day of completion. Juggling between the locations of Palakkad, Pollachi to Thailand, it has been a heavy challenging process for the entire team, which lets them breathe deeply of relief on having completed the shoot now.
“Yes, indeed. It was really a huge process of shooting across different places, especially in the thick and dense forests. Well, certain things look nice when planned on papers, but to experience something unexpected on the shooting spot is a real big hurdle to cross. In this aspect, we had to go through certain issues. Especially, it was difficult for Arav who was tossed by elephant. Although, he had befriended it prior to the shooting, this was completely unexpected. The slippery rocks and grounds were yet another hurdle that we had to come across during the shooting in forests. However, we are now finally happy that the entire shooting has been wrapped up,” says filmmaker Naresh Sampath.
Getting on to speak about the forthcoming plans, Producer S Mohan says, “We are now instantly working on post-production work phase and are planning for a summer release.”
Produced by S Mohan, Raja Bheema holds a phenomenal premise of man-animal conflict that is packaged with commercial ingredients. The film has Ashima Narwal in female lead role and Oviya has done a small cameo as well, which includes shaking legs with Arav.