After Bhoomi Geetha, Aa Dinagalu, Yaksha and AK 56, Atul Kulkarni is back with another Kannada film.
What brings you back to Bangalore?
I am here to shoot for Edegarike. Kannada films are my way of reconnecting with Karnataka which is close to my heart. My family lived in Belgaum and my father even studied Kannada. I want to keep the association going.
How is Edegarike shooting coming along?
I am playing Agni Shridhar, the same character I essayed in Aa Dinagalu. However, Sridhar in this film will be going through a different emotion. It is difficult to play an existing person. But