Mynaa to be Re-released with Changes

Published: 16th June 2014 10:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th June 2014 09:48 AM   |  A+A-

A film will be re-released after completing 100 days only because of demand. So is the case with the romantic flick Mynaa directed by Nagashekar, starring Chetan and Nithya Menon. The director has plans to make a few changes before re-releasing the film, which we hear will be in August. “The producer and I have made plans to re-release the film on audience’s demand. People who have watched it on television wanted to watch the film again on silver screen. If we have to bring it back, then we need to add some freshness to the subject. We are planning to change about 40 per cent of the film. This will happen after the censor board’s approval. I will have to re-shoot, replace and re-dub a few portions before it is re-censored,” says Nagashekar.

Mynaa.jpgThough we are not aware of the actual changes, the buzz is that the popular item song Premada Poojari featuring Suman Ranganathan will now be redone with Mumaith Khan. We will have to wait and watch if the new version will make for a good watch. 

Director Nagashekar, who has turned a full-time actor now, is busy dubbing for his upcoming film Cigarette, while the audio launch of Tarlenanmaklu will happen today.


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