Posted date: 11 Mon, Feb 2019 06:17:30 AM

This is something surprising! What is this ‘Chemistry good in Economics’ – we are not talking about subjects, the Kannada film ‘Chemistry of Kariyappa’ is good in returns of investment even before release – that is the reason to say ‘Chemistry good in Economics’.

There is no tension in the producer Dr Manjunath on the eve of release of the film ‘Chemistry of Kariyappa’. The film is based on a real life incident in Mandya. It centers on father, mother, son and daughter in law. Dr Manjunath is also in advocate role in this film filled with comedy and emotions. The censor has given U/A certificate for this film. The distributors have come after watching the trailer of this film. The TV and digital rights are also very promising says Dr Manjunath.

The black color is boon for me. So I am Kariyappa of this film. The happenings in a village house are depicted naturally. In the small and tidy family life is understood it is very good. Who does not have worries or issues in life? Without quarrel and unity keeps going. In this film ‘Mathu’ is capital. Solving the issues for right way of life is the role of Tabala Nani. Apoorva is his wife in the film.

Chandan Achar of ‘Kirik Party’ fame is in the role of 35 years age that faces many ordeals in life. This is his first lead role. Sanjana Anand a village girl working in a callcenter very happy with the role says this film gives good advice to those who have made break up in life. In this case father in law solves the crisis.

Director Kumar is happy for over 10 lakh views for the trailer. Dialogue is main trump card of this film. How Kariyappa struggles for his family is told I the film. It is a simple and sensible family film says director.

The film is releasing on 15th February in over 50 theatres says distributor Vijaykumar.

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