Posted date: 20/September/2008

Cinema making is not like carrying ‘flower chariot’ that is ‘Pallakki’. It is not bed of roses. Pallakki Radhakrishna after making a ‘nodable’ devotional cinema with lot of effort ‘Sri Kaivara Thataiah’ (in just Rs.58 lakhs for first time producer Ramu) is now ready with second schedule of ‘Devanahalli’ collecting funds from here and there and selling some of the properties without giving it to the notice of his family members.

Extremely frank in admitting facts Pallakki says he has not paid the boys but given them a good grooming to act in the film. Pallakki traveled Pavagada, Tumkur, Shimoga, Chitradurga to get the right talent from Shivashanchara, Ninasam team to play important roles.

One would get to see Devanahalli before and after the acquisition of status of international Airport. The land mafia at its peak in Devanahalli locality and it is the main subject matter for ‘Devanahalli’ Kannada film that is tucked with love, romance, comedy and sentiments. Pallakki Radhakrishna remembers the ‘Sanehalli’ shooting where he was supported well by Sri Panditaradhya Swamiji.

Among the young and raw actors Rahul is of the opinion that according to the caption that no one can write the fate of any individual – it is Pallakki who has written a good future he says with confidence. Given the mike Sri Raghav takes more time to say a few things. He is happy and content with the RK Institute training and he plays the brother of big land mafia gang leader. Uday Munda who plays the key villain has been making attempts to act in a cinema since four years. The one year training given by Pallakki has helped a lot. He plays the role of Kariya Munda who is a big don from Mumbai. Each character in the film is filled with new dimension says Uday Munda.

Shravani wasted her time at the media meet recalling the quarrel she had with hero Rahul. Hanumanthu from amateur theatre is making foray in to cinema. He plays the role of a rowdy in ‘Devanahali’.

We thought we will be in swimming pool but we are in the sea of acting said dentist turned actor Dr.Chakravarthy.

Keshav Aditya dialogue writer of 12 Kannada films shot in to fame from ‘Dharmadevathe’ explained the good discussion that helped in writing the dialogues.

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