Sanjjanaa Recommends Tilak for Just Akasmika

Published: 09th April 2015 06:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th April 2015 06:08 AM   |  A+A-


Director Himayath is excited to helm his upcoming film Just Akasmika, which he says will be challenging. He plans to roll the film from May. “The icing on the cake is that the film has some great people as co-stars who I’ve known for a long time now and I’m looking forward to getting together with them again,” says the director.

Actress Sanjjanaa is equally excited to be associated with a film that is content oriented. “This one comes with a unique title too. In life, things happen by chance. It was chance that brought Himayath and me together socially. It was chance that I thought of Tilak and recommended him to Himayath as I thought he fit the bill while we were discussing his movie. Things in life aren’t much controlled by us. Most things, both good and bad happen by chance or by coincidence. Himayath has taken a few characters from different paths of life and brought then together in a series of events that happen as a string of coincidences. The title reflects this,” she says.

According to the director, the highpoint of this film is its story and the technicians behind the making of this film.

A cameraman with more than 20 years of experience in the Hindi, Kannada and the advertising industry, Mohammed Haseeb will be framing the film. “He is a protégé of the renowned cinematographer Ashok Mehta. Himayath too comes with a heady mix of advertising and feature film making experience,” he says.

Sanjjanaa adds, “Some of my co-stars like Tilak, Ramesh Bhat, Mukhyamantri Chandru and others make me proud to be associated with this complete class and mass entertainer. More stalwarts are being added to the cast.”  She says, “My character has been well sketched out by the director. I will be playing the solo female lead in this film. Without revealing much about it right now, all I can say is that I’m going to be the apple of everyone’s eye.”


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