What is most important in life? Whether love or belief? Director Karthik Manju is focusing on these two points and observing ‘Belief’ is very important compared to love in life.
In the cinema industry for 12 years working with veterans like PN Sathya and others has come up with interesting subjects and he is shooting for this film in Mysuru, Mandya, Mangaluru and Karwar locations. The roles of Kishor, Anu Prabhakar and Rangayana Raghu carry three different emotions in this film. Along with the music the two main characters move on and at one point of time, whether love or belief is important come to discussion. Jayanth Kaikini, Yogaraj Bhat, Hrudaya Shiva contributed lyrics for this film.
Prime Star Studio producer M Nanjuda Reddy a realtor and sportsperson developed his own company in 2007 and intends to encourage the challenges of director Manju in the coming days also and reason for encouraging to this film is because of the cultural backdrop the film ‘Melody Drama’ with caption Nin Jothe Nan Kathe consists.
Sathya, the hero of this film earlier acted in Dwipatra Kannada film. He is a loan recovery man with normal formal shade and a bearded one. There are three action portions in this film.
Supritha Sathyanarayana, a popular actor in small screen TV serials is a middle class bank employee who says a small mistake takes us to different directions in this film role. She has earned a good name from Sararu, Seethavallabha mega television serials. I am like the girl next door in this film she adds.
The role of Prashanth Siddi is not yet narrated by the director, Kiran Ravindranath of popular Kannada films like ‘First Rank Raju’ is scoring five songs for different moods for this film. He is excited to do a good job for this film.
Jeeva Prasanna is the man behind the camera, R Manju is editor, Ram Dev stunts, Manu dances part of the technical team. Completing shooting the film intends to come before audiences for next year`s Ugadi festival. The motion poster screened at the media meet and muhurut for the film held at Renukamba Theater on Wednesday morning.