MUMBAI: Following the success of its animated TV series Little Krishna, Reliance Entertainment has made a film on Krishna, the globally revered mythological character.
The film, titled Krishna Aur Kans, is in 3D and scheduled for release on 3 August, a week prior to Janmashtami.
Hailed as India’s first stereoscopic animated film, Krishna Aur Kans is an exciting narrative full of action and drama. It chronicles Krishna’s early years – from his birth as the nemesis of his tyrannical uncle Kans to his combat against lethal demons till the age of 10.
Said Reliance Entertainment CEO Sanjeev Lamba, “Krishna Aur Kans is India’s first animation film to be released in 3D and is sure to bring families together in cinemas this Janmashtami. It is a captivating story based on Lord Krishna’s early life and the victory of good over evil. We are extremely excited about bringing Krishna Aur Kans to cinemas on 3rd August and are hopeful it will add more colours to every family’s festive celebrations.”
The riveting film, directed by Vikram Veturi, brings to life Krishna’s various adventures and miracles in an aim to fulfill his aim on earth – to put an end to evil.
The first look trailer of the film is being shown in cinemas from 11 May.