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‘Background score key to narrative’

THE ASIAN AGE. | SASHIDHAR ADIVI
Published : Feb 6, 2020, 1:24 am IST
Updated : Feb 6, 2020, 1:35 am IST

Filmmaker M.S. Raju talks about his forthcoming romantic thriller, Dirty Hari.

Filmmaker M.S. Raju’s upcoming directional venture Dirty Hari has been in the news for its bold posters and plotline. The film has been tipped as a romantic thriller that explores an as-yet untouched side of a love story.
 Filmmaker M.S. Raju’s upcoming directional venture Dirty Hari has been in the news for its bold posters and plotline. The film has been tipped as a romantic thriller that explores an as-yet untouched side of a love story.

Filmmaker M.S. Raju’s upcoming directional venture Dirty Hari has been in the news for its bold posters and plotline. The film has been tipped as a romantic thriller that explores an as-yet untouched side of a love story.

With the shooting being wrapped up, Raju, who is currently checking the re-recording score, insists that the film is narrated in a poetic way.

“The film is a blend of several emotions; however, to make it more engaging to the audience we are making sure that the re-recording will aptly complement the narrative and engage the audience,” explains Raju, adding that music composer Mark K. Robin’s background score will elevate the visual appeal. “I saw Mark’s work in Awe, Mallesham and Agent Sai Srinivas Athreya; the background score was so gripping that it literally elevated key scenes,” he says.

Raju also thanks producers Guduru Sateesh Babu and Sai Puneeth for backing a concept-based film like Dirty Hari.

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