After making a mark for himself as a passionate filmmaker with heart-touching films like Gamyam, Vedam, Krishnam Vande Jagadgurm, Krish is back with yet another striking film in the form of Kanche. For this film, Krish went all the way to the 1940 era and weaved a period beautiful love story set against the backdrop that nobody in India ever made a film with, the World War II.
Apart from the human emotions which Krish successfully portrayed in Kanche, it the brilliance in the making of the whole film that is surprising everyone, including Megastar Chiranjeevi. Firstly, Kanche’s budget is just about 19 crore, admitted by Krish himself. Also, the film was shot in just about 55 days, which is nothing less than a miracle, considering the grand war sequences, explosions and other stunts involved.
This proves the meticulous planning and pre-production carried out by Krish and his main team members DOP Gnana Shekar and Art Director Sahi Suresh, who recreated the 1940s period setting and the war mood with equal panache. Not to forget, the stunningly realistic visual effects, altogether created an unbelievable Telugu film which stands tall among its counterparts across India.