The festive look at Kanteerava studios because of the turn out of the people and politicians for ‘Hanebaraha’ meaning destiny went on the floor on Friday morning. Adjacent to the muhurut spot of this film saw the launch of ‘Ekameva’.
The fabulous arrangement for guests and invitee was obvious because producer DC Gowrishanker is the son of a former minister Chennigappa and the sitting President of Karnataka State small scale industrial development board. Gowrishanker a former legislator too living in Nelamangala developed the interest in film when ‘Pakka Chukka’ was shot in his house. Later when director Dinesh Pula came with story, screenplay to director he heard the story and came forward to encourage the team.
Dinesh Pula DFT holder a talkative person has done research on Kannada films in the last two years and he says Kanteerava studio is his home ground to enter in to films. Each one has his own destiny and it is not known. What is the destiny of our team we don’t know? We are here to make a pukka commercial entertainer where all ingredients are mixed he says. Pula says every activity in his living is his earning of experience.
In 45 days shooting in six districts the film will be completed. Samrat Gowda a farmer son is in the lead role. He in the team of director Pula contacted several producers and finally landed with DC Gowrishanker.
Nikitha says the role is different from all her earlier films in Kannada and realistic in approach. From a bubbly girl she gets a new shade of responsibility.
Darshan is making debut as cameraman. He was am assistant from the days of ‘Maharaja’. He told Nikitha that he will shoot for her film as independent cameraman and that turned true.