It is a moment of pride for Kannada film producer from education and medical field MR Pattabhiram as the first venture in small screen ‘Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava’ has given more satisfaction than his first debacle ‘Gandugali Kumara Rama’.
Recalling the two and half years journey with ‘Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava’ the cool as cucumber producer MRP said the recognition is more investing in this mega television serial. I have signed on behalf of my wife Anitha and sent the letter for approval. That is the only mistake I have done. This mythological and historical television serial has made everyone happy. I am extremely happy. On the Brindavana day of Rayaru I have received maximum of phone calls because it is folding up. There were a few oppositions to this television serial and I am happy and content from this television serial said the gentleman MRP.
Director Ba La Suresh complimented the producer MRP first for this success. No compromise producer he is. ‘Guru Raghavendra Vaibhava’ has reached 29 countries, it is first television serial Suvarana to complete 500 episodes, 3000 people have worked, and 450 persons have done important roles. We have used 140 Dasa Vani in this mega television serial. The youths have been watching it more. It is coming in Telugu Zee TV and Tamil language it is appearing shortly.
After Bridavana we have Vijaya Dasaru, Gopala Dasaru, Jagannatha Dasaru, Sir Thomas Manro dealt in the coming episodes.
Sri Raghavendra Swamy role performer Parikshit considers himself as ‘Parama Paapi’. Parikshit says that he has not got ‘Rayaru’ in his dream even once. I was fortunate to sit in front of Rayara Brindavana at the 50th episode. I have got a secure feel, secondly double standard attitudes it got crushed in me, Ahankara in me has gone. The contents are so vast in ‘Rayaru’ that even 5000 episodes could be done.
Raghunandan, Anand, cameraman Manjunath, Sudhindra of Suvarana channel also spoke on this occasion. Two books on this occasion written by Ba La Suresh were released by MR Patabhiram and senir journalist Ganesh Kasargod.