The trailer of Puneeth Rajkumar's Nata Sarvabhouma has been launched at 10 am on Friday, 25 January. Thus formally kick-starting the promotions of the flick.
What is the trailer all about?
The trailer is centered around Puneeth Rajkumar's character and it does not give away much about the storyline. Yet Appu has just mouthed one dialogue in the 1.46-minute video. The video presents Puneeth Rajkumar in two avatars.
The one of a journalist (with camera) and the other one wearing a pair of glasses who is on a bones-breaking spree of his enemies as he beats them left, right and centre.
Going by the trailer, Nata Sarvabhouma is likely to be a revenge drama with a reincarnation story something like Ravichandran's 1989 film Yugapurusha and the best kept suspense part of the movie is whether Puneeth Rajkumar is playing single or dual roles.
Once again, the Power Star stuns you with stunts which have been stylishly choreographed by Peter Hein. Watch out for his booming laugh, which has a story in itself.
The technicalities have enhanced the quality of the trailer. D Imman's background sets the mood from the word go and the cinematography is top class.
Nata Sarvabhouma was supposed to be out on 24 January. As the post-production works could not complete on time, the makers were forced to push the release by two weeks. It will now hit the screens on 7 February.
The movie marks the second union of Puneeth Rajkumar with director Pavan Wadeyar after Rana Vikrama. The first film was an action-packed film, while their latest movie is a family entertainer.
Nata Sarvabhouma has Rachita Ram and Anupama Parameswaran in the female leads. Chikkanna, P Ravishankar, B Saroja Devi and others are in the cast. Well-known South Indian musician D Imman, who had earlier composed music for Kannada films like Hyper and Kotigobba 2, has returned to Sandalwood with this movie, produced by Rockline Venkatesh.
For Rockline Venkatesh, it is his third production with Puneeth Rajkumar after Maurya and Ajay. Both the movies were remake of successful other-language films, while the latest flick has a fresh story.