Lava Kusa – The Warrior Twins a prestigious 2D animation film is a Joint venture of RVML animation and The Kanipakam creations. This is a prestigious animation movie ever made with a huge budget of Rs. 25 crores and has taken 3 years to complete. This movie undoubtedly will stand as a land mark in Indian animation sector zooming Indian animation industry to international standards.
Ramayana is a mesmerizing epic. Lava and Kusa symbolize the valor of Rama and endurance of Sita are admired by millions of devotees for ages. Lava and Kusa have opposed Rama their father who was the cause of Sita’s plight are known well for their courage and bravery. RVML has taken this interesting part of the epic to transform it in to a lively animation legend. Giving a shape to the thought, RVML and The Kanipakam creations has announced the production in 2006. It has taken 1 year to prepare a perfect script. 300 Animators have worked on this project in RVML studios located in Hyderabad and Philippines for a lively out come of this movie.
At present this movie is being made in Hindi, English and Telugu versions. It will be dubbed in to Tamil, Oriya, Bengali and other Indian languages later. RVML Animation has developed the Concept, Script and Screen play and the movie is directed by veteran Director Sri Dhavala Sathyam.
Veteran composer Sri L. Vaidyanathan, who has composed music for famous TV serial “Malgudi days” and Movie “Pushpaka vimanam” has composed music to this movie.The fusion of classical and western music will make spectators spell bound. 5 songs composed for this movies are unique and are apt to the situation. The song of Valmiki sung in praise of Rama was immortalized in the voice of K.J. Yesudas.
The epic of Ramayna sung by Lava Kusas in the court of Rama will enthrall every one vocalized by Sadhana Sargam and Chitra. The sunderakanda situation and the Song in praise of Hanuman sung by Sankar Mahadevan in a style unmatched. Every song in this movie is a master piece in its own kind are enriched by captivating lyrics and tunes are visualized to the heights to enthrall spectators elevating their moods.