In this Kannada film based on the metaverse, the audience can interact with the actors. This is a big win for the Kannada film industry.
Kannada movie “Made in Bengaluru” will be made available in the metaverse. Interality, a company that develops mixed reality software, made the announcement. Pradeep Sastry created both the visuals and direction made in Bengaluru. Madhusudan Govind is the main attraction, but the supporting cast also includes Anant Nag, Saikumar and Prakash Belawadi in lead roles. The plot follows starry-eyed middle-aged men as they embark on their startup journey.
An immersive experience for fans
In this Kannada drama based on the metaverse, the audience can interact with the actors through questions about the scenes and by taking pictures with drone cameras. The winners will be interviewed at the premiere of the show on December 29 in Bangalore. Made in Bengaluru, which claims to blend the joys of traditional cinema with the endless possibilities of virtual reality, promises to be a unique and immersive viewing experience. This is a big win for the Kannada film industry.
Now this movie explores 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 transform the Indian film industry. Bollywood film producer Vashu Bhagnani’s Pooja Entertainment has bought its first plot from Metaverse.
Starting with Akshay Kumar and BadeMiyan ChoteMiyan from Tiger Shroff, the company will use Poojaverse to deliver an interactive cinematic experience. Hombale Films, the company responsible for making KGF: Chapter 2, said that the film will be released in the metaverse as “KGFVerse.” KGF fans can create their own avatars and use them to explore the vast KGFverse.