Baadshah Kichcha Sudeepa's Vikrant Rona was one of the first big-budget films to have arrived on floors in the early days of the pandemic. The superstar who has always pushed the frontiers of cinema with his body of work completed 25 years in Indian cinema and Dubai made this milestone extra special by celebrating it in a grand manner. The title logo and a 180-seconder sneak-peek of Sudeepa's next outing 'Vikrant Rona' were superimposed on the world's tallest building, Burj Khalifa.
Historically speaking, Dubai's famous skyscraper has been illuminated by legends such as Mahatma Gandhi, Shah Rukh Khan and V from the South Korean band BTS and now Baadshah Kichcha Sudeepa inadvertently put his brand of cinema on the global map with the glimpses of his film appearing on it.
Director Anup Bhandari says, "I am glad that through Vikrant Rona we got to be part of Sudeepa sir's 25th anniversary in cinema. The world has witnessed iconic adventure heroes like James Bond, Indiana Jones, and Sherlock Holmes. Vikrant Rona is an attempt to create a new adventure hero from India, who better to take on the mantle than Kichcha Sudeepa. Witnessing the launch of the title logo and sneak-peek of Vikrant Rona on Burj Khalifa was unbelievably amazing and it is incredible that we're kicked off on such a positive note.”
Producer Jack Manjunath says, “We wish Sudeepa sir big love on clocking in 25 years in Indian cinema and it is our honour to have him headline Vikrant Rona. This film offers an extraordinary hero to the Indian diaspora across the world and a vicarious adventure of a lifetime. It is amazing to have Sudeepa sir’s presence and the abundant energy he has brings into the film. The first glimpse on Burj Khalifa reflected it wonderfully.”
Baadshah Kichcha Sudeepa says, “Much love to the Vikrant Rona team and all the people who were involved in putting together this wonderful event. The entire Indian film industry and the viewers have been very generous with the love they have showered on me over the years and I treasure it with all my heart.