Arishadvargas: The negative characteristics that prevent man from achieving Moksha - A fundamental tenet of Kali Yuga
“ARISHADVARGA”, is a character – driven mystery thriller, about an aspiring actor doubling as an amateur gigolo, who opens a Pandora’s Box when he seeks out an anonymous client who rewards him with a surprise gift, “A murder and a witness to his crime.” He now has to kill his witness to get out of it scot free.
It is a tale of lust, anger, love, greed, power, jealousy, mistaken identity
and individual deficiencies. It’s a fatalistic noir tale of one man’s vain struggle to escape his own limitations, unfortunately an impossibility in the world of noir.
Writer & Director, Arvind Kamath began his career in the IT industry. He
quit his high paying IT job to pursue film - making in 2011 and started his journey with making short films, which made it to some of the national level film festivals.
The movie will be released on 27th November 2020 all over Karnataka. Mangalorean Anju Alva Naik is one of the actors in an ensemble cast with no actor playing the lead in this suspense cum thriller movie. This movie has already received a lot of appreciation after having it’s World Premiere in 2019 at the London-Indian Film Festival, It was also showcased at the Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival and Singapore Indian Film festival.
Anand and his friends along with Aravind under the banner of ‘Kanasu Talkies” has produced this movie.
Speciality of this movie is that there is no protagonist, everyone plays an equal role. By not differentiating roles, Aravind believes that every character depicted in this movie will captivate the mind of the spectators and thus lead to its success. The ensemble cast comprises of Avinash Yellandur, Mahesh Bung, Samyuktha Horanadu, Nandagopal, Arvind Kuplikar, Gopal krishna Deshpande, Sripathi Manjanbailu and Anju Alva Naik,
Anju Alva Naik one of the actor’s happens to be the Daughter-in-law of Philanthropist & Businessman, Dr. K.C.Naik. She is the wife of Sanjith Naik, of Mahabaleshwara Builders and Secretary & Trustee of Shakthi Education Trust Anju Alva Naik is an Award winning theatre actress and Arishadvarga will be her debut in cinema.
Dr. K.C. Naik, Sanjith Naik and all Staff of Shakthi Group of Institutions and Mahabaleshwara Promoters and Builders wish upon the film every success.
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Lucknow: A 46-year-old government hospital employee in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad died on Sunday evening, 24 hours after receiving a Covid vaccine shot. The district's Chief Medical Officer has said the death is unrelated to vaccination.
Ward Boy Mahipal Singh died after complaining of chest congestion and breathlessness. According to his family, he had been unwell before the jab.
"He was vaccinated on Saturday around noon. On Sunday he felt breathless and complained of chest congestion. We are inquiring into the reasons of the death. We will get a post mortem done. It does not seem to be a reaction to vaccination. He did night duty on Saturday too and there were no problems," MC Garg, Moradabad's chief medical officer, told reporters late last night.
The post mortem report reveals the immediate cause of death as "cardiogenic shock/septicemic shock" due to "cardio-pulmonary disease", according to the Uttar Pradesh government.
The man's son told the media he may have been unwell before the vaccination, but that he felt worse after receiving the shot. "My father left the vaccination centre around 1.30 pm, I brought him home. He was feeling breathless and he was coughing. He had a bit of pneumonia, the usual cough and cold, but he started feeling worse after returning home," Mahipal Singh's son Vishal told the media.
In a press release, the UP govt said it vaccinated 22,643 people on Saturday, day 1 of India's Covid Vaccination drive. The next day of vaccination in Uttar Pradesh is Friday, January 22.