Crazy Star Ravichandran unveiled the teaser, which was appreciated for its presentation and editing.
Ravichandran said he came because he believed Sudeepa is giving something good to the Kannada film industry.
"I will be there wherever good things are happening in the industry," said Ravichandran. "I have been watching Shashank grow as a director. Some of my producers had wanted him to direct me in a remake. But Shashank said he didn't want to direct a remake. I respect his decision.
"I think Shashank was not able to meet the fans' expectations with his last film Jarasandha," added Ravichandran. "I want him to correct himself and move on from the disappointment. I promise you he has made a very good film this time."
Shashank said he had spoken to Sudeepa almost two years ago about this project. "I took a lot of time scripting Bachchan and later writing the dialogues. I used to meet Sudeepa regularly and get his inputs," he said.
"We have three heroines - Bhavana, Deepa Sannidhi and Parul Yadav - along with four villains. Jagapathi Babu is playing a special role in the film."
He promised Sudeepa's fans that they can look forward to an intense film that has a lot of scope for Kannada's Prince of Performance.
Sudeepa said he had liked two of Shashank's earlier films and was eagerly looking forward to working with him.
"Shashank has done a wonderful script for Bachchan. What I wanted in the form of an exciting script has been given to me. Even the making of the teaser has impressed me very much," said Sudeepa.
Producer Uday Mehta concluded that with a fine performer like Kiccha and a team of wonderful technicians and artists headed by a proven director like Shashank, Bachchan will certainly do well.