Director of ‘Krishna Tulasi’ Sukesh Nayak is taking up another challenge in his life. A young and vibrant director Sukesh says he would give 10 times better than his first film ‘Krishna Tulasi’. Apparently ‘Krishna Tulasi’ got very good reviews for his application of mind in cinema narration.
This is a film for a former bureaucrat Dr Shivappa formerly with planning commission, an economist, social thinker, theatre artist and a man with literary knowledge.
Producer Dr Shivappa son Viren Keshav is the lead actor of this film. Dr Shivappa had made a strong analysis before making a leap in to cinema. His study is exhaustive for the better script of ‘Jago’.
A film with complete new artists ‘Jago’ went on the floors on last Friday. Power star Puneeth Rajakumar, BK Hariprasad, Gopalakrishna Belur, Jayasrinivasan, KFCC President and others graced the muhurut of the film.
Inspired from the story narrated by Shivaprasad, director Sukesh worked on it from last year Vijayadashami. He is ready to take up the shooting in and around Belagavi for this film ‘Jago’.
This film is on the student moment in the 90’s. The student’s elections in the colleges were looked with lot of seriousness. The student moment was also very strong and not like today. The election in the college campus was also recorded as birth of a ‘Chota Politician’. Those days are not known to the age group of 20 to 27 today. We are bringing all such developments and recording the past for the future says Sukesh Nayak. The student support was a big one for the politicians to win in their elections in those days recalls Sukesh Nayak – apparently in the 90’s he was a child.
Sukesh Nayak a graduate from NITTE college in 2005 has four songs for ‘Jago’, Vasuki Vaibhav now a participant in Big Boss 7 has already given one song. It is 80 days schedule; Gimble camera will be used for maximum number of days of shooting.
Viren Keshav six foot tall debutant has come up with good preparations. According to his father Dr Shivappa = he is ready to hit. In the younger days Viren acted in documentaries. He learnt acting in Anupam Kher Institute in Mumbai. He took up horse riding, dance, action course etc in Bengaluru to enhance his strength. He is a student leader in the film ‘Jago’.