Recently she watched the film after coming back from the song shooting schedule for her film Dandam Dashagunam in Malaysia. She says that Kichcha Huchcha will be one of her best films in her career and says that same may apply to Sudeep also who has given a mindblowing performance in the film.
Ramya is busy with the final schedule of Sanju Weds Geetha directed by Nagashekhar. The film which has been in the making for nearly two years has Sreenagara Kitty playing the lead and is based on a real life incident that happened several years ago. The film has been shot in Ooty, Mysore and Bangalore where major schedules have been completed.
Sathya Hegde is the cinemetographer of the film, while Jessie Gift is the music director. The film is carrying very good reports about its technical standards. Ramya is quite relieved that the film which had several interruptions in its shooting schedules including bad weather and other problems is finally finishing its shooting.
The actress is highly charged after watching her Kichcha Huchcha in a special show organised for her recently. She is extremely happy that the film has shaped up so well that her confidence levels have been up. An upbeat Ramya says that she was excited to see the positive results from her dubbing work in the film and her own performance which she considers as one of the best in her career.
“I think the film will be a treat to my fans as much as for Sudeep’s fans,“ says Ramya who feels that the film has shaped up much better than its original Chiththiram Pesudadi in Tamil. Incidentally Bhavana who had acted in the film Chiththiram Pesudadi is the leading lady of Jackie.
“I am extremely confident about Kichcha Huchcha. It is sure to appeal to the people, mainly the family audience. Sudeep has delivered one the strongest performances in the film. My good friend Guru Datt has done a fantastic job as a director. I feel the whole film will bring a lot of accolades to Gurudatt, the film’s producer K.Manju, Sudeep as well as me. There are some sequences in the film which will haunt you even after you come out of the theatre,“ says Ramya.
As far as her own work in the film is concerned, Ramya says that the fact that she has dubbed her own voice for the film has given a qualitative edge to the film.