The good film hungry producer N.M.Suresh knows how to give matter to the media to write. He does not disappoint at his media meets. What the media advised him on the day of introduction of P9 entry to Kannada market Suresh has taken it seriously and said he has detached from the association with such marketing company because they ride on us.
For every movement of the film like the media meet I have to inform them so I do not want to be at their hands said Suresh.
Meanwhile he is starting in October ‘Cheluveye Ninna Nodalu’. Sonal Chauhan of ‘Jannath’ Hindi film fame is the heroine for superstar Shivararajkumar. From this film veteran cameraman Kabir Lal is also making a comeback to Kannada cinema after a gap of 15 years. Raghuram the intelligent youngster working in prominent satellite channel is directing this film for the first time. At the ‘Karanji’ location he was seen with cameraman Kabir Lal. Raghuram narrated the story of ‘Cheluveye Ninna Nodalu’ (CNN) that will be shot for the first time in the history of cinema in Seven Wonders of the World. Producer Suresh’s biggest budget cinema has got the permission letter from all the seven prominent places. The film is going on the floor in the next month.
Kabir Lal dexterous cameraman from the family of cinematographer SS Lal made his debut from Kannada film ‘Karthavya’ has so far worked in 25 films and is a big name in Hindi films. In prominent stars films Kabir Lal worked as cameraman and in two of Annavru films Bhaktha Prahallada and Yaarivanu he did the job of assistant cameraman. He is the most wanted cameraman for Sanjay Dutt, Salman Khan, Subhas Ghai. His films like Taal, Pardesh, Kaho Na Pyaar, Apne have become hits and has just completed his work for ‘Yuvaraj’.
The invasion of digital camera and DI done for the films has to pick up and I have plans to direct a Hindi cinema said Kabirji speaking to media persons. He has not forgotten the language and the people plus the experience of working with KSR Doss, Sai Prakash, Tiger Prabhakar etc.
Kabir Lal is doing his ‘Karthavya’ fantastically.