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Darshan fans have been having a long wait. Eversince the actor's previousfilms Boss and Prince have touched rock bottom performance in the Box office, the fans have been eager to see their favourite star in a hugely successful film. They are now looking for the release of his next film Sarathi which is directed by DinakarToogudeepa, the Challenging Star's younger brother. The film has introduced Deepa Sannidhi as the heroine who has already been working with Super Star Puneet Raj Kumar in the film Paramathma now, even before her first film has hit the market. Tamil actor Sharath Kumar is playing a special role in the film. The film has been shot in Pondicherry, Pollachchi, Chalakkudi, Mysore and Bengaluru. The songs of the film have been shot in abroad.

According to sources the film's cost will touch around nine to ten crores as there has been many locations where the film has been shot and huge sets were erected for shooting the film.

Though the music direction for the Darshan's two previous films was handled by the busiest music director Hari Krishna, the audio did not meet the expected level of success. Somehow the music composition of Boss and Prince did not go well with the audience. Now, Darshan fans are eagerly awaiting for the release of his hugely budgeted Sarathi to end the dry spell of the actor and hope that the audio of the film which is the first invitation for the film would spell a big success for the actor who despearately need a success to retain his stature as the Man of the Masses.

The news is that the audio is hitting the market on May 15. Darshan fans are eagerly expressing their anticipation and hope about the audio. Already the special face book pages of the film and the Kannada film fan websites are flooded with letters wishing success of the audio.

The audio is releasing in the back drop of raising hopes among the Challenging Star's fans.