TS Forensic Science Laboratory Additional Director Dr.Anita Evangelin, CLUES Joint Director Dr.Venkanna Congratulated Team 'Atharva'
Common people does not know how important is a Clues Team for the Police to solve a crime. Atharva is a movie that shows the difficulty of the Clues and Forensic departments in catching a criminal. Although it’s a suspense and crime thriller, other elements are incorporated into the movie to attract all sections of the audience. The film is produced by Subhash Nuthalapati under the banner of Peggo Entertainments with Nuthalapati Narasimham and Anasuyamma presenting it. Vijaya and Jhansi are the executive producers of this film. Karthik Raju, Simran Choudhary and Ayraa are the lead cast of the movie directed by Mahesh Reddy. The movie, which is going to hit the screens on December 1, was recently watched by the Clues and Forensic Department of the Police Department.
*Telangana State Forensic Science Laboratory Additional Director Dr.Anita Evangelin said,* 'They have shown the significance of the Clues team in the Police department. I am very happy and liked this movie very much. The Crime scene officers are shown as heroes in Atharva. Forensic and Clues are separate departments. This movie is a tribute to all of us. I wish this film made to show our hardships will become a big success.”
*Hyderabad City Police, Clues Joint Director Dr.Venkanna said,* “Mahesh already narrated this story to me earlier. I was curious about how he would show the clues department. He made the movie brilliantly with many thrilling elements till the end. We, Police officials, watch crime scenes regularly. That's why we don't watch films made in that genre. But this movie Atharva is very interesting to watch. It made everyone believe that a crime scene officer should be like Karthik Raju in Atharva. I hope this film will definitely become a success.
More than a hundred crime scene officers watched the movie. Everyone loved this movie. They all said that it would please the audience as well. Atharva is going to hit the screens on December 1st.”