Vikas Vasishta Expands His Boundary With “Cinema Bandi”
With this film, the Kannada entertainer makes his introduction to the Telugu entertainment world and is available to grow his limit further
Kannada entertainer Vikas Vasishta has been in the business for right around 10 years now. Furthermore, in spite of acting in umpteen serials and movies in Kannada and furthermore offering the screen to National-Award winning entertainers like Sanchari Vijay (in 6ne Maili), his notoriety was restricted. All that changed with the Telugu film, Cinema Bandi, where Vikas plays one of the leads, an auto driver.
Produced by Family Man’s producer Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, Cinema Bandi marks Vikas’ introduction to the Telugu entertainment world. “I met Praveen Kandregalu in 2017 when we were dealing with an advertisement in Tamil. A couple of months after the fact, Praveen said he was searching for a Telugu-talking entertainer in Karnataka. I disclosed to him I was conversant in the language. We met and had a speedy conversation and portrayal. The movie was pitched to the makers, who gave the gesture and the shoot took off.” Vikas, says the movie is exceptional for him not just in light of the fact that it is marks his Telugu début yet in addition since it is his companion, Praveen’s executive début.
Vikas has an extraordinary innings in Kannada serials with Pancharangi Pom, Parineetha, Preethi Endarenu (coordinated by grant winning chief KM Chaitanya) and films like Karaali and Randhawa.
Pancharangi Pom offered him a chance to investigate differed jobs. “Each scene had another story and new character and I was playing a character a day.” Currently, he is acting in the sequential, Manasaare, which is being circulated on Udaya TV.
The entertainer was charmingly shocked with Cinema Bandi’s gathering. “It was a little unit. We were 12 to 15 individuals including the cast and team. The film was shot in 2018-19. We had initially anticipated a dramatic delivery. The pandemic subdued that arrangement and we chose to deliver it on OTT as we didn’t need the story to get dated.”
Vikas says OTT stages are a gift for entertainers like him. “We battle for acknowledgment yet on account of the compass of streaming stages, the game has fundamentally changed. I don’t know whether the film would have had this sort of an arrive at had it been a dramatic delivery.”
On Netflix CINEMA BANDI is streaming now.