It was almost a letter writing competition arranged by national award winning actor, producer and now director PRAKASH RAI from Kannada film ‘Naanu Nanna Kanasu’. The Pathras were written by dignitaries while Prakash Rai is the one who does the job of Chitra bidisala!
The seven dignitaries who read out the letter written to their daughters synchronized the subject of the film. These films were made in Tamil as ‘Abhayum Naanum’ and ‘Akashamantha’ in Telugu found rich success and rave reviews!
The genesis of father, the father figure takes place only from the birth of a child! As the child grows the father from zero grows in his new stature. With such a sentimental factor with a girl child in the forefront Prakash Raj arranged for the muhurut in which seven top personalities – Crazy star V Ravichandran, Golden star Ganesh, Ravi Belegere Editor of Hai Bangalore, Vishveswara Bhat editor of Vijaya Karnataka, Nagathihalli Chandrasekhar, Yogaraj Bhat.
All top notch letters were beautifully penned and read but it was V Ravichandran who made an off the cuff address on the significance and pride of a daughter. The real growth after the girl child grows we start knowing. For me the three children were born when I got one hit each. It was during the Ranadheera and Sipayi my sons were born and when I made ‘Ramachari’ my daughter was born. I am afraid f my daughter. That fear is because she is growing big and tells me everything straight later she leaves me to another house is the fear said crazy star V Ravichandran.
The letter was packed with good care, affection and advice from noted journalist Vishveshwara Bhat editor of Vijaya Karnataka, Ravi Belegere wordings were also good and he explained the situation of his recent grand father position to him. Ganesh came up first to read a letter to his daughter Charitrya and he expressed the dreams with the cute little baby. Nagathihalli Chandrasekhar took her daughter to task in a funny style without harming her. Yogaraj Bhat made a few good observations on his daughter how prominent she is to him in life. Ramesh Aravind says no one dies in life but they come in the form of sons and daughters. He informed that the present day teenagers are screenagers! he read nearly 10 points that were in the form of advice to his daughter and his expectations.