The picturisation of the last song of the film Boni Aagadha from the film Anna Bond directed by Soori and starring Puneet Raj Kumar, Priyamani and Nidhi Subbaiah in lead roles will be completed on Wednesday evening. The unit is catching up Wednesday evening flight to return to Bengaluru. With the completion of this song sequence the entire shooting work of the film has been completed. The title song of the film has been picturised in a special set erected in Rockline Studios recently. The song lyrics starting with line Boni Aagada written by Yogaraj Bhat and music compostiion of Hari Krishna. Imran Sardhariya is the dance choreographer of this song which has already topped the audio charts now after the audio was released on April 2.
With the post produciton work being done in a phased manner with lot of perfecting details, the film is meeting its deadline of April 26 release in time.
Writer turned film director Ram Narayana’s first film Snehitharu has commenced its last lap of shooting in Bengaluru after a small gap of postponement. Since the film’s child artists Master Snehith had to write examinations, there was a postponement in the film’s shooting schedules. Now, director Ram Narayan is picturising one song and some sequences featuring Master Snehith and other artists of the film.
Soundarya Jagadish is the producer of this film. Vijaya Raghavendra, Tarun, Ravi Shankar and Srjuna Lokesh are playing lead roles in the multistarrer film for which Hari Krishna provides music.
Glamorous artist Praneetha is playing Vijaya Raghavendra’s love interest. Challenging Star Darshan was playing a special role in this film.“
Master Snehith is also doing a very crucial role in the film for which major portions of the film’s shoot has been completed and including six days shooting of Darshan’s portions which had an action sequence and some song sequences.
Darshan had participated in a fight sequence of the film which was shot by director Ram Narayan under the guidance of action choreographer Ravi Varma. Along with this fight sequence which was shot for three days, a few sequences were also picturised in Chennai Harbour.
Belguam girl Lakshmi Rai who is making it big in other three South Indian films has been occasionally acting in Kannada films. Now, she is working with Real Star Upendra in the film “Kalpana’ directed by Ram Narayan. The film is the remake of Tamil hit Kanchana in Kannada. "The film was a trendsetter in Telugu and Tamil, I hope it will repeat the success," she says.
"It gave me some helpful acting tips," Lakshmi Rai says. Meanwhile, she has participated in the shooting of the film held in Bengaluru and also in Chennai.
Meanwhile, the actress who can speak fluently in Kannada has been in news as some producers have approached her to do a Hindi film titled as “Bhindi Bazaar’. Though she is quite busy in the South Indian film industry, Lakshmi Rai wants to take up her Bollywood debut quite seriously. She has already started toning up her body and has also tried different type of looks for her first Hindi venture.
"Of course, I listened to the script from the makers of Bhindi Bazaar, but I did not sign it, since I want to begin by B-town stint with a bang," she adds. To realize her dream, she shed some calories by spending more time in Gym and is following a strict dietary regimen for the glowing, curvy look.
"I want to look my best in my B-town splash since the first impression is always the best," she points out.
Meanwhile, Lakshmi Rai’s forthcoming Telugu venture Adhinayakudu is also hitting screens shortly. In this film the lanky actress is sharing screen space with Telugu super star Balakrishna.
Ambaari director Arjun has just concluded the picturisaiton of the last pending song which has been shot in Rockline Studios recently. Dhruva Sarja and other dancers had participated in this song sequence. Earlier the shooting of two songs of the same film was shot in Malaysia in which the film’s debutant hero Dhruva and the heroine Radhika Pandit had participated. Both the songs were written by Arjun and were choreographed by Imran Sardaria. Hari Krishna is the music director of the film, while Shankara Reddy is the producer of this film.
Meanwhile one more song has to be picturised on the film’s hero Dhruva which was choreographed by dance director Harsha which was shot in a special set erected in Tavarekere’s Bhooth Bangla.
With the picturisation of this song in Rockline Studios which concluded on Tuesday, the entire shooting work of the film would have been completed.
Incidentally the audio of the film which has been released on the Valentines day is getting a huge response from fans.
Director Arjun says that the trailers and the song videos will be upped in the Televison channels and websites shortly. He said that a one minute audio of the Ammaatte Amaatte song of the film which has been upped in the you tube has been getting a very good response from fans, says Arjun.
Even as Rajnikanth's hugely successful Basha is to be re-released with some digital adds on, the preparations for Kotigobba-2 to be produced by Soorappa Babu with Sudeep in the lead role is in full swing. The film is to be launched on September 2, the birthday of Sudeep. This is a sequel of Dr. Vishnuvardhan's super hit film Kotigobba which was directed by Naganna. Soorappa Babu is now busy a perfect story and script for the sequel and he plans to add lot of sequences featuring the Daada in the original film.
Meanwhile, Tamil Super Star Rajinikanth's 1995 Tamil thriller 'Baashha' is being dubbed in Hindi and slated for release by the end of May this year.
Directed by Suresh Krissna the film featured Nagma, Devan, Raghuvaran and Kannada actor Shashi Kumar in important roles. The film was the superstar's most commercially successful film at the time.
Music director Deva, who composed for the original score, has recorded for the Hindi version also. The audio is likely to be launched in early May.
In addition to being dubbed in Hindi, the film is being digitally restored. New digital colour developing has been done and a new negative prepared.