Madhava marks his debut with Bharani

The film title, launched on Parvathamma Rajkumar’s birth anniversary, will be helmed by first time director Chananiraju Neermanvi.

Published: 06th December 2017 09:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2017 09:47 AM   |  A+A-


By Express News Service

Madhava is yet another upcoming talent entering tinsel town that also marks the directorial debut of Chananiraju Neermanvi. The latter, who started working in various art department of cinema industry later worked as an assistant to directors Chethan Kumar and AP Arjun. He is now venturing as an independent director with this film. Madhava is the cousin of actor Yogish, who is popularly known as Loose Maada in the film indsutry. Yogesh, who was the executive producer of Nagarahavu will be producing this film, which project is backed by Sajid Qureshi.

The makers plan to launch the title today on late Parvathamma Rajkumar’s birthday. Though Chananiraju did not reveal the title, according to our source, it is Bharani. But what is more interesting is the subtitle, which is tagged as Parvathammanna Maga and that is what brings in an emotional connect. The film will go on floors from January before which they plan to finalise on the cast and when more details will be revealed.

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