Sravanthi’ Ravikishore’s Tamil film gets a standing ovation

Ace producer ‘Sravanthi’ Ravikishore’s maiden Tamil film “Kida” has received a rare honor at the International Film Festival Of India which is being held at Goa now. Following the screening of Kida at the Indian Panorama, it got a standing ovation from the viewers.

Kida has Poo Ramu, Kali Venkat, and others in the lead roles. The film revolves around a grandfather, his grandson, and a goat. There’s an intricate love story as well. Now that the film has gotten rare recognition, Ravikishore expressed his exuberance.

“I first heard a brief narration of Kida from a friend while in Chennai. I then listened to the voice note provided by the director. I immediately signed the film and gave the director full freedom to bring his story to life. That’s how the film happened and today, it is now going places. It is the first Tamil film from our banner. Cinema has no language barrier. That’s why I did it in Tamil. We’ll release the film soon.” Ravi Kishore said.

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