Another film of Guinness Record holder, Kishan, is entering the pages of Guinness book. 'Teenage Yee Vayasse Onthara', stars Kishan in the lead role with three other teenage heroines under the direction of his father, Shrikanth.
The new record that is going to be set up on August, 28. The idea is of assembling 20,000 students from school and colleges for a song of three minutes and eight seconds. Shrikanth, Shylaja and Kishan are working on the modalities of conducting this world record entry.
The earlier record is of 7,951 people, dancing for a song. It was set in UK. The simultaneous shooting will take places at Bangalore, Mysore, Hassan, Shimoga, Chickballapur, Bellary, Sandur, Mangalore, Hubli, Gadar, Gulbarga, Hubli, Chitradurga, Tumkur and other locations. "If everything goes in one attempt it will be over by less than five minutes. Otherwise it may stretch up to a few hours”, says Shrikanth.
The idea is of assembling 20,000 childrens for a three minutes and eight seconds song of his upcoming film, \'TYVO\'.
The monitored tapes, documents and all related to the Guinness Record will be provided to the monitoring committee, soon after completion of the song with 20,000 school and college students. It will have maximum of 10 to 15 steps. It will be monitored by 25 persons all over.
"Guinness Record would be handed over to the government of Karnataka and we have requested to place it at Bal Bhavan, so that children coming from all over the state could see this rare feat", says Shrikanth.
Shanker is the choreographer of the song, which is penned by Hrudayashiva and Raghu Niduvalli. Music is composed by Siddarth Vipin. 35.5D cameras will be used for this Guinness Record song.
Another new area of discovery Kishan made from this film is editing. "One of the Rock Band songs that shot in western style with seven cameras made me to accept new challenges”, says Kishan. "This world record song will have of 20000 in the frames, I have to do justice in just three minutes, eight seconds for all, to be in the frame in bits and pieces. We would superimpose the school and place when it is shown on the silver screen”, concludes Kishan.