The set of a grand house that is being used for Sudeep-Ravichandran starrer Mirchi has cost the producer Rs 35 lakh. There is a permanent set of a house in Hyderabad which was first built for SS Rajamouli's Maryada Ramanna. This has been used for more than 25 Telugu films so far. When a new film is shot, alterations are made to the set and over the last few years, the house has undergone so many changes that it does not look anything like how it was first. The biggest change has now been made to the set for the Kannada film.
Sources in the film team said that changes worth Rs 35 lakh has been made and the set now looks nothing like it has been seen the two dozen Telugu films or so. Another set, which is similarly used by many films is also being altered for use. The shooting in the new set has commenced and Sudeep is gung ho about how the work is progressing. Movie is produced by N Kumar.
Ask producer B Suresha about what was the real reason and the inspiration behind his production 'Sakkare', phat comes the reply that it is none other than Yogaraj Bhatt.
According to B Suresha it is his protege Yogaraj Bhatt who is the reason for him to start the film. 'The real reason is Yogaraj Bhatt. One day Yogaraj asked me why don't I produce some good good and quality films. This thought struck my head. Once I upon a time I was meeting each and every producer with my stories. All are my friends but none of them showed interest to produce the films. Now that I am in a position to produce some films, Yogaraj asked me why don't I produce films hereby bringing good stories to celluloid and giving work to many. Yogaraj Bhatt's suggestion has finally materialised now' says B Suresha.
B Suresha says he will be making more such films in the future under the Media House Banner.
Parul Yadav has finally made her appearance in Ganesh starrer 'Shravani Subramanya' for an item song on Tuesday. The shooting for the song commenced on Tuesday in a special set at Rockline Studio and will continue till Friday.
The song which is penned by Professor M Krishnegowda is sung by senior playback singer Manjula Gururaj after a long gap. The song which starts as 'Naati Koli Boti Gojju, Naati Hudugi Non Veggu' is choreographed by choreographer Murali.
Apart from this song, the film is almost complete and director Manju Swaraj plans to release the film after a month of 'Sakkare' release.
If sources are to be believed, then Yash starrer 'Rajahuli' which is a remake of Tamil hit 'Sundara Pandian' is all set to release on November 1st, Kannada Rajyotsava day. The shooting for 'Rajahuli' started in February in Mandya, Kollegal and other places and the most of the shooting for the film was completed in a major schedule. Only a patch work was left and the shooting for the film completed few months back. The film is in the post-production stage and the first copy of the film is likely to come in the next couple of days after which the film will be censored. The release date will be announced only after the film is censored. But the tentative release date is on November 1st.
The film is being directed by Guru Deshpande who earlier directed 'Varasdara'. K Manju has produced the film under K Manju Films banner. Yash along with Meghana Raj, Charanraj and others play prominent roles in the film.
Srinagara Kitty is one actor who never hesitates to appear in guest roles in various films. After being seen in guest appearances in films like 'Matte Banni Preetsona', 'Nan Life Nalli', 'Simpleaag Ond Love Story' and others, Kitty is all set to act in a guest appearance in Umesh Banakar starrer 'Majestic Express'.
Kitty is playing a special cameo in 'Majestic Express' because of his friendship with Umesh Banakar. Off late, Kitty and Banakar share a special relationship and Banakar is co-producing 'Bahuparak' along with playing a small role in the film. So, Kitty has accepted to be a part of the film for his friendship with the actor-producer.
Though the news about Kitty playing a cameo in the film is out, it is not yet divulged about what role Kitty is playing in the film as of now.