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Kaiva, starring Megha Shetty and inspired on actual events in the 1980s, has a teaser out now

<p>The ambitious historical drama Kaiva by director Jayatheertha has been generating a lot of attention as the Kannada film industry has finally caught up to the standards established by its Tamil and Telugu counterparts. The movie’s teaser was just made public. At the teaser launch ceremony, Megha Shetty drew attention with her blue jacket and jeans.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-280632″ src=”–750×500.jpg” alt=” check the rates on fixed deposits for senior citizens from sbi pnb hdfc and icici” width=”1475″ height=”983″ title=”Kaiva, starring Megha Shetty and inspired on actual events in the 1980s, has a teaser out now 9″ srcset=”–750×500.jpg 750w,–768×512.jpg 768w,–150×100.jpg 150w, 800w” sizes=”(max-width: 1475px) 100vw, 1475px” /></p>
<p>Megha is supposedly portraying a Muslim girl in Kaiva. Megha transitioned from teleserials to film, and she has appeared in films like Tribble Riding and Dil Pasand. She will make her third appearance in a Kannada movie with Kaiva.</p>
<p>Although many aspects of Kaiva’s subject matter and production are still unknown, the initial glimpse and the newly published teaser provide some insight. The first look revealed an intense and enigmatic side to main actor Dhanveerrah, whose birthday fell on the same day as the update.</p>
<p>Set in 1983, Kaiva tells a love story with a hint of criminality against the background of Bengaluru’s renowned yearly Karaga festival. Dhanveerrah makes references to Lord Kaivara Bheema. The preview features some gravity-defying battle sequences in addition to the romance between Dhanveearah and Megha Shetty.</p>
<p>Jayathirtha revealed to an online newspaper in a recent interview that the Kaiva narrative is based on a factual occurrence that occurred in the 1980s. As the picture is still in post-production, a release date is expected soon. Ajaneesh Loknath, of Kantara fame, created the soundtrack for Kaiva, which had cinematography by Shwet Priya Naik.</p>
<p>Filmmaker Jayathirtha is also preparing for the release of Banaras, his second epic love tale with Sonal Monteiro and Zaid Khan. All 64 ghats of the holy city Varanasi have been used for filming the sultry romance drama Banaras. The movie will open in theaters on November 4. In addition, simultaneous releases in Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi are planned.</p>
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