Prithvi, the grandson of renowned musician G K Venkatesh made his acting debut through the Kannada movie Naanu Mathu Varalakshmi, and the film reached the screens all around Karnataka on December 23, 2016.
The young actor has excelled in the role of a guy who is fond of bike racing, and trade experts predict that he will rise to new heights of success with this remarkable debut. The film handles a different story which Kannada industry has never witnessed; a motocross tale. Right from the beginning, the director has kept the audience guessing on what would happen next.
The meeting with a senior biker he learns A to Z of bike racing thus finally appearing in the competition. The craziness begins when his lady love Varalakshmi convinces him regarding the motocross racing and thus starts the event simply due to the love of racing. Entitled as Varalakshmi and Me i.e. Naanu Mathu Varalakshmi, it also revolves around, high-drama politics attached to such events and moreover personal life struggle in both the actors’ lives.
Turning out to be extremely well, the Kannada movie is riding high with all the praises settling down in the kitty. Based on motocross racing which is actually the first-ever film made in India, audiences are going heads-over-heels after watching Naanu Mathu Varalakshmi. It shows how bike racing can be turned out to be in a fantabulous frame of 75 mm. Right from the performance of the actors, to action sequences to dance-drama-songs almost everything turns out to be simply perfect.