- In this metaverse-based Kannada film, audiences may interact with the actors.
- This is a huge win for the Kannada movie industry.
The “Made in Bengaluru” Kannada film set will be made accessible in the metaverse. Interality, a business that develops mixed reality software, announced the announcement.
The screenplay and direction for the film Made in Bengaluru were both created by Pradeep Sastry. Madhusudan Govind is the main attraction, but the supporting cast also has Anant Nag, Saikumar, and Prakash Belawadi in key parts. The plot follows three starry-eyed middle-class males as they begin on the start-up adventure.
Immersive Experience For Fans
In this metaverse-based Kannada film, audiences may interact with the actors via a movie quiz and by shooting photos with a drone camera. Winners of the quiz will be invited to the December 29 premiere of the film in Bengaluru. Made in Bengaluru, which claims to blend the excitement of traditional cinema with the almost infinite possibilities of virtual reality, promises to be a one-of-a-kind and immersive watching experience. This is a huge win for the Kannada movie industry.
Now the movie is delving into what it’s like to interact with the metaverse. The metaverse, a virtual world with its own culture and subculture, is all the rage right now. Metaverse has the potential to revolutionize the Indian cinema sector.
Bollywood producer Vashu Bhagnani‘s Pooja Entertainment has bought its first piece of land in the metaverse. Starting with Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff’s BadeMiyan ChoteMiyan, the firm will use the Poojaverse to offer an interactive movie-going experience.
Hombale Films, the studio responsible for making KGF: Chapter 2, said that the film will be released in the metaverse under the moniker “KGFVerse.” Followers of the KGF movies may create their own customized avatars and use them to discover the extensive KGFverse.
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