'Missing', starring Harsha Narra, Nikisha Rangwala and Misha Narang, will be released in theatres on November 19. Produced by Bajarangabali Creations, it is bankrolled by Bhaskar Josyula and Lakshmi Seshagiri. Srini Josyula has directed the movie.In this interview, Nikisha and Misha talk about the movie, why it is unique, doing the movie, and more.
I have played a journalist. She is not just a professional but also has some other track. She wants to explore the case of a missing girl. She is helping the male protagonist in cracking the mystery. It's not known whether the girl is alive or not.
I have previously done 'Thellavarithe Guruvaram'. Since 'Missing' got delayed by the pandemic, it became my debut movie.
The director of 'Missing' has also written its story and screenplay. It's a dream for him to become a filmmaker. When he narrated the story, I was not sure how the execution would be. But he has surprised us a big deal.
It was good working with actor Harsha Narra. I am not sure whether 'Missing' is based on true incidents. The director would know it.
We are excited about the release of 'Missing' this Friday. As actors, we have done our best.
This is my first movie. Shruti is the name of my character. She is the one who is missing. Her husband, Gautham, is searching for her.
'Missing' has romance, thrills, and is a family entertainer as well. There are action and comedy as well. Every character is realistic. I am happy that I have played a well-etched character in my very first movie.
'Search Vs. Revenge' is the caption of the movie. The word 'search' is self-explanatory, but the 'revenge' aspect will become clear when you watch the movie.
The director has got a great future in Telugu cinema. When you watch 'Missing', you will realize that he has got a great future. From the story to the writing and the execution, he has done an impeccable job. 'Missing' is a layered story, justifying the caption to the T.
There is no added glamour, action, comedy for the sake of it. The cinematography is superb and the visuals are impactful. That's why we wanted to release 'Missing' only in theatres.
The action is not over-the-top, of the kind seen in commercial entertainers.