Winning praise for his sentiment-filled family dramas on-screen like Sathamanam Bhavathi, director Vegesna Satish has targetted a different set of audience with Entha Manchivadavuraa. Unlike his earlier films, he incorporated some action part into his latest flick that is all set to hit the screens worldwide. Speaking about his new experience, Satish says he was inclined to showcase his ability in handling these kinds of films also.
“My main focus always is on human bonding. They are evergreen and any generation would love these kinds of films. As far as Entha Manchivadavuraa is concerned, it needed some action part. Of course, I could have very easily diverted and made some other scenes. But the script deserved and fetched me an opportunity to present other angle too,” he says.
The film being a remake of Gujarati original called Oxygen, Satish put his best efforts to incorporate the nativity factor to appeal Telugu audience. “When I was shown the original, only the central point impressed me. The hero supplies emotions and sentiments to those in need. If somebody does not have a brother, he will be the brother. I liked it. But the rest demanded a lot of improvisation. I changed the script and then narrated it to the producers who were also happy,” says Satish.
That’s how the project took the final shape. As a director, Satish is delighted at the way the hero, Kalyan Ram extended his cooperation for the shooting. “This film makes a difference for him also. All of us know him for his action films and emotional characters. But one will find a pleasant and a smiling hero in him. He enhanced the dimensions of it and I am quite happy for his effort,” Satish concludes.