‘Swami Vivekananda’, slated for release this month, features only child actors, says its director Suresh Bujji, who hopes to strike a chord with the audience with his unique effort. “I remember watching the kids’ version of ‘Ramayana’ many years ago. I liked how the makers treated the same story from the perspective of youngsters. By doing so, they managed to draw the attention of youngsters as well to watch and appreciate the film. I’ve done something similar with my film,” Bujji told us. “My film features Prabhath, grandson of politician P. Janardhan Reddy, in the title role of Vivekananda. The rest of the cast also features child actors with a little or no cinematic experience. This film will appeal to adults as well as kids,” he added. He hopes the film on the philosopher-cum-saint is received well.
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