Director Karthik Saragur of Amazon Prime Video’s Bheemasena Nalamaharaja talks about the Ayurvedic concept he used to develop important twist in the film, at the success roundtable

Amazon Prime Video’s Bheemasena Nalamaharaja is being touted to be a Kannada success all across of the year 2020. Recently, the cast and team of the film interacted with the media on 4th November, over a virtual success round-table.

Present were Director Karthik Saragur, actors Aravinnd Iyer, Aarohi Narayan, Priyanka Thimmesh and music director Charan Raj. The interaction was full of congratulatory exchanges between the media and the team as well as more insights that came to the fore.

When asked how the idea of such a twist at the end of the film had come to him, Director Karthik shared, “It is called “the reverse screen play thought” and it is a technique, which is taken from our “Ayurveda” concept. What is delicious to the tongue is a ruin to the stomach. For example, Gulab Jamun tastes sour but good for the stomach. As pepper, this “Reverse Screen Play Thought” took born.”

The film released on 29th October 2020 and has been receiving rave reviews from audiences as well as critics. Directed by Karthik Saragur, the family entertainer stars Aravinnd Iyer, Aarohi Narayan, Priyanka Thimmesh, Achyut Kumar and Aadya in key roles. With a wide impact and critical acclamation, the film and its stars are hailed for their extraordinary craft.

Touted to be the most successful and critically acclaimed Kannada film of 2020, Bheemasena Nalamaharaja is a must watch as it continues to stream successfully on Amazon Prime Video.