Prakash Raj's Duet Movies and Media House are all set to make two more films which will be launched in a few weeks. The first of these films will be directed by B.Suresha, partner of the Media House for which the script work is already finished. Though Prakash Raj did not make any announcement about the second film in the success meet of Naanu Nanna Kanasu, it was obvious that he has agreed to produce a film to be directed by Dayal Padmanabhan which will be the remake of Telugu award winning film Aithe.
Prakash Jokingly said that Rajesh, Neenasam Achyutha will be playing important roles in the film and he will do the film only if Suresh offers him the role.
Chitraloka sources said that the film will be titled as Mitaayi and the story of the film centers around Prakash Raj who wants to spread love and happiness to the people surrounding him.
Veteran film actor, producer and director Dwarakish has in one stroke spoiled all the good will for him by using intemperate and cheap language in the television interviews broadcasted on Wednesday by several channels with regard to the title controversy of his new film which is to be launched on Thursday.
Despite knowing the fact that thousands of Dr. Vishnu's fans were agitated over his insistence in keeping the title of Vishnuvardhana for the film, Dwarakish went on to speak in a hostile voice, even challenging the fans and members of Vishnu's family to do anything they deem fit to change his decision. Even in the interview of Bharathi and Dwarakish done in the Suvarna Channel, the Veteran actor and producer called Bharathi Vishnuvardhan in singular terms which had really enraged many woman viewers. "I never knew he was so cheap' quipped one female fan of Dr. Vishnu who reiterated that Dwarakish had wanted to use the title only for monetary gains.
Dwarakish as a veteran should also understand that there are some regulations in the
Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce in giving permission to the title. Without seeking the permission of the KFCC, Dwarakish has announced the title which has really angered Basanth Kumar Patil, President of the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce. Basanth Kumar Patil says that the title will only be cleared if adequate permission is obtained from the family members of celebrities. Dwarakish has even challenged the KFCC by telling that he will go to Court to get the title for the film. If he does it, then the whole film industry will be pitted against him.
Ms. Bharathi Vishnuvardhan reiterated time and again in media interviews that Dwarakish showed extreme hostility towards her husband all the time, but only showed his so called 'deep love' towards him after his death. "My husband was never closer to Dwarakish at any time and was strictly professional with him. The only time he showed certain sympathy was when Dwarakish pleaded with him to give call sheet for Aaptha Mithra. Dwarakish was placed in a bad situation and Vishnu sir thought it best to save him. But you can now see how ungrateful he is to insist that he will use the name of the same person who extended a helping hand to him for his film's title' said Ms. Bharathi.
Renowed film actor and director Prakash Rai is all in smiles. His debut directorial venture Naanu Nanna Kanasu is now running in its seventh week and is all set to complete fifty days in around seven centers. The collections have been very good in multiplexes and all the centers which have screened the film have given shares for the producers.
This was disclosed by Prakash Rai in a press meet orgnised by Duet Movies and Media House organised on Monday. Prakash thanked the media for helping the film ever since it was launched and continued to support the film even after its release.
20 year old Bangalore film actress Sanchitha Shetty has a pretty face and a dignified screen presence which has taken her to be one of the heroines for the most awaited Telugu film Orange starring Magadheera hero Ram Charan Tej and directed by Bhaskar.
Sanchitha Shetty had already acted in a Tamil film starring Jayam Ravi before signing this big Telugu film and it was her Tamil film director who asked her to take an audition for the Bhaskar film. Sanchitha who has already worked for a Kannada film Gagana Chukki Barachukki which has had faced some problems midway during the shoot was preparing for going to Malaysia for a big shooting schedule of Orange.
Balaram, a Swimming and Diving Coach at the Kempegowda Swimming Club in Bangalore was the person who dived from a height of 60ft in Hognekal falls for a particular shot in Manirathnam directed Raavan. But this truth has not been revealed either by the film unit anytime in its promotional activities or it has not been acknowledged by any one from the Raavan team after the particular sequence was shot on December 19, 2008.
Balaram is from a family of swimmers and divers. All his brothers have been swimming coaches. "I am happy to be part of the team of Raavan. It was the most exciting part of my life. I am happy to be part of a team that consisted cinematic legends like Manirathnam and members of my favourite actor Amithabh Bachchan's family' said Balaram.
Talking to Chitraloka Mega Portal, Balaram said he was however surprised to see a Television interview when he saw Abhishekh Bachchan claiming that he had not used any dupe and he had infact jumped on his own.
Balaram says that he did not have any sense of fear or anxiety while diving from Hognekal falls. 'I have been going to Hogenakal falls from the past many years. Until 2003, I was just swimming in the falls, but on my visit in the year 2003 I was egged by friends to try diving the Hognekal falls. I had seen many localities diving in the falls. I jumped from a height of 60 ft