Director Rajesh Touchriver, who has won quite a few Nandi, countrywide and intercontinental awards for his movies, has uncovered that his upcoming film titled Cyanide is based on infamous criminal Mohan’s sensational situation
Actual physical education and learning Teacher Mohan Kumar Vivekanand aka Cyanide Mohan murdered 20 youthful gals by administering cyanide. The eventful tale of Cyanide Mohan was observed by the court as ‘the rarest of the exceptional case’. Intercontinental award-profitable director Rajesh Touchriver has now declared to adapt his crime tale to large screens as a result of his upcoming thriller Cyanide.
Cyanide Mohan’s modus operandi was to feign really like, bring in youthful women of all ages, and get into bodily associations with them in many hotel rooms in Karnataka. Then he applied to murder them by administering cyanide in the title of contraceptive supplements and get absent with their gold ornaments. He mercilessly murdered 20 youthful women this way, women of all ages who hailed from diverse states in the place.
Apart from murder, Cyanide Mohan was also alleged to have been involved in lender mortgage frauds and forgeries. He was a major college actual physical education and learning trainer from 1980 to 2003. In this situation, the courtroom sentenced him with 6 death sentences, and 14 existence conditions. The closing judgement of the scenario came out just this Thursday.
Rajesh Touchriver’s Cyanide is based mostly on the true incidents and it is becoming produced under the banner of Middle East Cinema P Ltd, by NRI Industrialist Pradeep Narayanan. The movie will be designed in Telugu, Hindi and Malayalam at the similar time and the solid will be main actors from Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi, and Kannada Sector.
Shooting is set to start the moment the COVID-19 scare is in excess of and on acquiring the governing administration authorization. Bengaluru, Mangalore, Coorg, Madikeri, Goa, Hyderabad, Kasaragod are vital capturing destinations. The tale and screenplay are by Rajesh Touchriver himself. Padmashree awardee Sunitha Krishnan is the information advisor for this movie.
Sadat Sainuddin of Viswaroopam and Uttama Villain famke is wielding the digicam for Cyanide, which will be designed in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada languages. The movie will have worldwide award-profitable composer George Joseph’s tunes, Shashi Kumar’s editing and Gokul Das’ artwork path.