Made to mark twenty five years of the cult film, a documentary titled Exploring Shiva is now available to watch on YouTube.
Exploring Shiva is narrated by Sirasri, has interviews of the cast and crew giving viewers and insights into the making of Shiva. The documentary takes a look at the locations in which Shiva was filmed, the goons who featured in the film and what they are up to today and the making of the music and sound of Shiva.
Meanwhile, the digitally restored and re-mastered Shiva is expected to release in cinema halls this November 2014.
It was October 05, 1989 that Shiva was released. As usually, fans and other movie lovers thronged to the theaters to watch the movie. They felt they were going to watch one more routine action entertainer.
The morning shows of the movie were completed. Everyone who saw the film was in shock, as they felt that they watched something like a magic show instead of a movie. Shiva was a landmark film and created history.
Ram Gopal Verma set a new trend with Shiva and thus started a new trend in Bollywood. Speaking on this occasion, Nagarjuna shared his joyful experiences during the shoot of Shiva. He revealed that digitally re-mastered version of Shiva, will be released in hundred screens next month.
Shiva that dealt with student politics in a mafia backdrop, was shot extensively in Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad. The dialogues were penned by Iqbal Durrani. Ilayaraja’s music and S. Gopal Reddy’s cinematography were very instrumental in the film’s success.
Ram Gopal Varma later releases a prequel of the film in the year 2006.
It was a master piece, it was a tread setter and it was a film titled Shiva; directed by debutant Ram Gopal Verma the film starred Nagarjuna, Amala an...3.0