The film stars Rishi and Dhanya Balakrishna and is the directorial debut of Anoop Ramaswamy Kamath.

Sarvajanikarige Suvarnavakasha director reveals films premise
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Sarvajanikarige Suvarnavakasha, starring Rishi and Dhanya Balakrishna, will mark the directorial debut of Anoop Ramaswamy Kamath. About his first directorial, the director has said in an interview to TOI, “The film is a comedy-thriller, which generated curiosity owing to its title (which translates to ‘a golden opportunity for the public’).”

According to the director, the story is about Rishi, an MBA student who goes on a trip with his girlfriend Dhanya Balakrishna to celebrate his birthday and things take a twist with the girlfriend losing her expensive piece of jewelry and how he makes a plan to earn money to replace it. The story of Sarvajanikarige Suvarnavakasha is about if he manages to buy the jewelry.

The director has said in the interview, “Sarvajanarike Suvarnavakasha is a story that transpires in a span of only two days, and follows the escapades of Rishi’s character, an MBA student, who is in love with his classmate. A trip to celebrate a birthday turns things around when the heroine loses a piece of expensive jewellery during a scuffle. When she then insists that she cannot return home without the ornament, which her mother had got specifically for her birthday, Rishi is in a conundrum. Faced with having to solve this issue in a day or two, he strikes up a plan to make a quick buck. Whether he succeeds or not, forms the rest of the story.”

Dhanya Balakrishna is currently busy with the Malayalam film Puzhikadakaran, which will be her debut in Mollywood. The film has Balu Varghese, Vijay Babu, Alencier Ley, Sudhi Koppa, and Mala Parvathy will appear in supporting roles. It is directed by debut director Gireesh Nair and bankrolled jointly by Evaab Productions and Maqtro Pictures. According to reports, Jayasurya will be playing an important cameo in this flick. The cameo role was so impressive that Jayasurya did not want to let it go, we hear from sources.

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