Posted date: 28/February/2011

Avery humble and intelligent colleague in film journalism Vijay Baramasagara hailing from cotton capital of Karnataka Davanagere working in at least 10 newspapers now settled down in Udayavani group of newspapers takes up dialogue writing job from Kannada film ‘Pari’. He has jointly penned the dialogues with Sampanna Muthalik the author of the book ‘Bharadwaja’ on which the cinema is based on.
Vijay ‘Pari Pariyagi Kashta Pattiddare’ – the fruit of it is the placement for him in Udayavani and new task of dialogue writing for ‘Pari’ Kannada cinema that went on the floor on Sunday morning at KSLTA in a unique style.
Vijay started his career in journalism from a local newspaper in Davanagere and he got the job in Vijaya Karnataka very soon. He continued his journalism profession against all odds. His work in ‘Aragini tabloid cinema and E Sanje’ was widely appreciated in the past.
Vijay Baramasagara has the capacity to take on new challenges. Now in his new avatar as dialogue writer he has taken almost a month to write the dialogues. Prior to this he has given a bit song for ‘Murali Meets Meera’ Kannada cinema that is yet to release.
On Sunday morning in milky white shirt Vijay was looking very bright and felt extremely for his first launch pad in Kannada cinema as dialogue writer.
Vijay you have Victory in your name! Go ahead and conquer many more new avenues. Good Luck!

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