As the year winds down, the actor with deep eyes and suave looks is eagerly awaiting the release of his upcoming film “The Hit – Case 2” – a chilling thriller that will be released on 12. Releases on 2nd.
Published Date – Fri 25 Nov 22 at 03:00pm
Hyderabad: Actor Adivi Sesh tasted box-office success earlier this year with The Major and is credited with his role in the heroic martyr Major Sandeep Unikrishnan in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. won the hearts of the people with his realistic portrayal.
As the year winds down, the brooding-eyed, suave-looking actor is eagerly awaiting the release of his upcoming film, The Hit—The Second Case—a chilling thriller set to open in 2011. Releases December 2.
The film shares some similarities with the recently surfaced Shraddha Walkar murder case, which is somewhat of a déjà vu. “Hit 2” has been almost a year in the making, and the horrific crimes in Derry came to light in November.
In “HIT 2,” Sesh follows a lazy, laid-back cop on the hunt for a criminal in the port city of Visakhapatnam.
“However, the oddity of ‘Hit 2’ is like the eternal question, which came first, the chicken or the egg? What happens here is completely independent of Derry crime, a story we came up with a year ago. It shares many of the same feature. In our film, even the character’s name is Shraddha,” Sesh told innes.
Created by director Dr. Sailesh Kolanu, “Hit Universe” is the setting for a seven-film series that explores the darker realms of humanity, expressed in the form of heinous crimes.
Each movie revolves around a crime story that took place in a particular city. The first film in the series, “Hit,” was a small film that went on to become a hit. Sesh worked on the second film and was involved in the third film when it was finished.
So what was it about the movie that got him interested in the role?
“I think I’m emotional by nature, and I mean gender equality,” Sesh said. “As a viewer, I was really shocked when I heard about the crimes against women in the film. When I heard the story, I forgot that I was marketed as an actor. I just wanted revenge on the perpetrators of these crimes . So it makes a lot of sense to be a hopeful film.”
For Sesh, the movie brings up its fair share of tough moments. However, Sesh admits it wasn’t the action sequences that took his breath away.
“As a vegan, it was hard to shoot 9 days of action in a fishing port. It wasn’t just the smell, it was us wallowing in it. I’m very proud of the action.” Sunil Rodrigues ) orchestrated it.”
Sesh disagreed with critics who blamed the film for rising crime rates. He stressed that cinema as an institution cannot be blamed for inciting crime.
“The most notorious killer, at least the one I’ve heard of, was Jack the Ripper in 1888,” Sesh said as he signed off: “He terrorized all the women in England. There were no movies in those days. So in the end I think if someone wants to do evil, they’ll get their inspiration from anywhere. I think it’s wrong to blame the movies.”