Gandhadagudi:According to Prime Video, Puneeth Rajkumar will appear in the documentary film GG: Gandhadagudi – Journey of A Real Hero, which will premiere on Friday to commemorate the late Kannada actor’s 48th birthday.
Who is puneeth rajkumar (Gandhadagudi)
Popular Indian actor, producer, and playback singer Puneeth Rajkumar predominantly works in the Kannada cinema industry. Puneeth, the youngest child of renowned Kannada actor Rajkumar and Parvathamma Rajkumar, was born on March 17, 1975, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. At the young age of six, he appeared in a minor role in the 1976 movie “Premada Kanike,” making his acting debut.
Puneeth’s first leading role came in the blockbuster hit movie “Appu” in 2002, when he received praise from critics for his work. Since then, he has acted in a number of financially lucrative movies, such as “Namma Basava” (2005), “Milana” (2007), “Jackie” (2010), “Raajakumara” (2017), and “Yuvarathnaa” (2021).
Puneeth, in addition to acting, is a successful producer, having produced several hit films under his banner, PRK Productions. He has also lent his voice to several popular Kannada film songs, including “Appu Dance” from the film “Jogi” and “Aakasmika” from the film “Raajakumara”.
Puneeth has received several awards for his contributions to the Kannada film industry, including the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actor, the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Kannada, and the SIIMA Award for Best Actor. He is also a philanthropist who is involved in a number of social and charitable endeavours.
Overall, Puneeth Rajkumar is a well-respected and influential figure in the Kannada film industry, and his contributions have earned him a large fan base.
On Tuesday, Prime Video revealed that the documentary film GG: Gandhadagudi – Journey of A Real Hero, starring Puneeth Rajkumar, will debut on Friday on the 48th anniversary of the late Kannada actor’s birth.
Amoghavarsha, a renowned wildlife photographer and filmmaker, wrote and directed the movie. It is made by Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar in collaboration with Mudskipper under the auspices of PRK Productions. The soundtrack for the documentary, advertised as an epic musical celebration of Karnataka, was written by B Ajaneesh Loknath.
In the documentary, Puneeth Rajkumar and Amoghavarsha embark on a journey into India’s countryside in order to document the diverse fauna, breathtaking scenery, water features, and untold stories.
Seven distinct worlds will be shown to the audience, ranging from dense rainforests to rocky scrublands and from mountains to oceans. It’s an unforgettable adventure through India’s unexplored terrain.
get ready to explore the marvels of nature on this fascinating musical journey 🌳 #GandhadaGudiOnPrime, Mar 17#DrPuneethRajkumar @Ashwini_PRK #Amoghavarsha @AJANEESHB @PRK_Productions @PRKAudio #Mudskipper pic.twitter.com/zATMcYnCzg— prime video IN (@PrimeVideoIN) March 14, 2023
The documentary will also provide details on Puneeth Rajkumar’s unique family history and about his father, the renowned actor Dr. Rajkumar.
Puneeth Rajkumar, regarded as the king of Kannada film, passed away in October 2021 after suffering a heart arrest.
Gandhadagudi, according to his wife Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar, was the Kannada actor’s ideal undertaking.
“The movie was Appu’s dream endeavour because he always wanted to contribute to environmental protection. We believed that the world should see this lovely trip because Appu’s supporters and audiences in Karnataka gave the movie an enormously good reception.
“We are appreciative of everyone who has helped us along the way with this movie. We have worked with Prime Video on numerous occasions in the past, so we are delighted that, thanks to our long-standing relationship, we can bring Appu’s final movie to viewers and supporters across the nation on his birthday.
Gandhadagudi, according to director Amoghavarsha, “displays a distinct eastern understanding of our interaction with nature” and offers a doorway into the hidden, magical India.
“Despite having more than 1.4 billion people, we still have the most tigers and elephants wandering freely, and Gandhadagudi attempts to explain this mystery.
“I’m overjoyed that Puneeth’s trip with the audience will allow them to discover, experience these never-before-seen treasures, and get a glimpse of his true, unadulterated nature. I’m overjoyed that Prime Video will help the documentary reach a bigger audience throughout the nation, the director stated.