Allu Sirish-starer 'Okka Kshanam' was released in theatres on 28 December 2017. As the film turned four yesterday, the young actor chronicled its journey across four languages since its release.
Sirish is happy that the Vi Anand directorial has been dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam, impressing a larger set of audiences in the process. It is pan-India in that sense. Also starring Seerat Kapoor, Avasarala Srinivas and Surbhi, 'Okka Kshanam' has music by Mani Sharma.
"The film remains one of my best ones. The Telugu version was dubbed into Hindi as 'Shoorveer 2' and became a big hit on television and YouTube. In the last lockdown, the film got dubbed into Tamil as 'Andha Oru Nimidam' on Star Vijay and repeated its success on Disney+HotStar too," the 'Srirasthu Subhamasthu' actor said.
He further added that the Malayalam version has been critically acclaimed as well. "It's a moment of pride for director Vi Anand and myself that our sci-fi thriller was screened in other Indian languages," Sirish noted.
Sirish's next outing is 'Prema Kadanta', which has Anu Emmanuel as the heroine.