Director Neelakantha has trod a slightly different path, making films on various themes in different genres. The National Award-winning director is now ready with Maaya, a film revolving around extra-sensory perception. He is perhaps the first filmmaker to explore this theme in Telugu. He talks about Maaya that releases this Friday, August 1. What made you do a film on extra-sensory perception (ESP)? You seem to be interested in things to do with the mind. Your earlier films Nandanavanam 120 ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Harshavardhan (Harsh) Rane has been steadily making a mark in Telugu with his roles and films. This talented actor, who began his career with Thakita Thakita in 2010, last seen in Sekhar Kammula’s Anamika has Maaya, directed by National award-winning director Neelakantha, coming up for release on August 1. Besides, Harsh has just completed a Hindi film Satra ko Shaadi hai. In this exclusive chat, Harsh lets us know more about Maaya, a film revolving around Extra- Sensory Perception. How ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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