Panaji, November 28


ctor and director Rishab Shetty on Tuesday opened up on how his life changed after the grand success of his Pan-India film 'Kantara'.

On the sidelines of the 54th International Film Festival of India in Goa, talking to ANI, Rishab Shetty said, "I'm very happy and I consider it a responsibility. This is my first film for the audience outside my industry. Before that I was working in Kannada films for many years. It's definitely a film wonder. Kantara introduced me to the entire country and gave me so much love and respect. So thanks to Kantara and the audience. Post the success I am working a little more now, nothing more has been changed, right now we are in full preparation for 'Kantara' Chapter 1."

On Monday, the makers of 'Kantara Chapter 1' unveiled the film's teaser which received good responses from the audience.

The teaser video gave a glimpse of the captivating look of actor-director Rishab Shetty and his world in the film.

The clip concluded with seven different ragas of music representing each of the seven languages in which 'Kantara Chapter 1' will be released.

Spilling the beans on what to expect from 'Kantara chapter 1', Shetty told ANI, "Even from Kantara, people did not expect anything. Excitement and expectations are not my thing. This is a huge responsibility. We have released the poster and a glimpse of Kantara Chapter 1, now it's up to the audience. I think it would be better if people talk about the movie."

'Kantara' was released on September 30 last year and got a good response from the audience for its storyline and visuals.

Set in the fictional village of Dakshina Kannada, Kantara follows the character of Shetty, who is playing a Kambala champion who has a faceoff with an upright Forest Range officer.

Rishab Shetty opens up on how his life changed post 'Kantara' success

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