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Kaadan to release 2 April

The teaser of Kaadan, Aranya and Haathi Mere Saathi were released by Eros Iternational recently. Directed by Prabu Solomon, Kaadan is being released in Telugu as Aaranya and in Hindi as Haathi Mera Saathi. The movie would hit the screens 2 April. It explores the human - animal relationship at the backdrop of a forest.

The trilingual drama will star Rana Daggubati as the protagonist in all three titles along with Vishnu Vishal in Kaadan (Tamil) and Aranya (Telugu) respectively. Meanwhile Haathi Mere Saathi in Hindi will feature Pulkit Samrat as the parallel lead. All three movies also star Shriya Pilgaonkar and Zoya Hussain in important roles.

The story line of all three films has been inspired by the unfortunate real life events of human intervention and encroachment of the elephant corridors in Kaziranga, Assam. The films trace the narrative of a man, the role essayed by Rana Daggubati, who dedicated most of his life living in the jungle with the sole purpose of protecting the animals inhabiting it and how he eventually becomes a pivotal part of the conflict.

Says Prabu Solomon, 'I am very excited about the project. The sole objective of bringing out a narrative of this scale, in three different languages, are to appraise and positively educate the masses about the forest, its landscape, water bodies, weather, seasons, its inhabitants, the flora and fauna and their respective lifestyles which the environment encapsulates wholesomely within itself'.

   

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