Known for making sound in the beginning right from the day of printing the invitation of his films the 25 plus old senior director Om Prakash Rao is now on another film ‘Belgaum’. He has made ‘Hubballi’ in the past and now catching with the name of another top district of Karnataka that is famous for border issue.
Producer too director Rao is not giving focus on the border issue but says there is only order in his film. He has based the subject of a cultural event that takes in Belgaum annually. That is ‘Khara Hunnime’ – in this festival time the children wherever they are come to this place and eat from the hands of their mother. That is a sentimental factor very essential one for the film.
This is an original script and I have not lifted from any film. the next film I am taking up will be 10 films at least promises Om Prakash Rao. For the coming week he has the release of ‘Huli’ and in January ‘AK 56’ will be released stated Rao.
The most interesting among all is that Kishore is playing siblings role. He is in double role with Nikitha and Shwetha as heroines for him. From the days of Kabbaddi director Rao was telling me that he wants to make me as hero and it should be in his banner. He did what he told in ‘Huli’that is releasing in the coming week. I love the confidence of this director. He fills on silver screen requirement of the audience. That is why he is so popular mentioned Kishore.
‘Nanda loves Nanditha’ heroine Shwetha looking thin and beautiful plays the bold role in this film. What the director tells I am doing in this film stated Shwetha.
State award winning music director Abhiman Roy is scoring music. Manohar is the cameraman.