The film’s launch will be attended by Dhruva Sarja, who will sound the clapboard, and Deputy Chief Minister Ashwath Narayan, who will switch on the camera.
Raveena Tandon, who is currently shooting in Mysuru for KGF Chapter 2, is making her comeback to Kannada cinema.
According to Milana, the two met on the sets of their first film, Nam Duniya Nam Style, in 2013.
Stars like Darshan, Puneeth Rajkumar, Yash, Sudeep, Rakshit Shetty, and Sriimurali, among others, have supported the latest releases starring other actors, like Gentleman, Love Mocktail and Dia
Director Prabhu Solomon’s Haathi Mere Saathi, which will be his first trilingual film, is all set to release on April 2nd.
It is in the post-production phase now, and the team has set April 9 as the release date.
Another interesting news about this film is that the director is keen on bringing Shivanna and Dhananjay back together on screen after Tagaru.
Speculations about Raveena Tandon playing a pivotal role in Yash-starrer KGF Chapter 2 have been making the rounds for a long time.
Shivaji Surathkal all set to hit theatres on February 21, will also have screenings across the globe. The investigative thriller will be released on February 22 in five cities of Australia,
Aindrita Ray, an established actor in Kannada who has also made her mark in Bengali and Hindi films, will now foray into the digital medium.
According to Prashanth's tweet, Raveena will essay the role of Ramika Sen in the project.
During the launch of Sibiraj’s Kabadadaari, the Tamil remake of Kavaludaari, it was announced that Pooja Kumar would be playing the role that Suman Ranganath did in the original.
200 movies from 60 countries will be shown in 11 screens this year; CM to inaugurate event
Bengaluru International Film Festival's Siddaramappa said 'Kannada actor Anant Nag's movie screenings will be the highlight of the film festival.'
... says Prajwal Devaraj, while also talking about how he had no clue about the sleeping beauty syndrome until director Jadesh Kumar narrated the story to him