Samyukta Hornad, who made her cinematic debut with Pawan Kumar's Lifeu Ishtene, will be seen in the upcoming Oggarane, that is directed by Prakash Raj. The film, a remake of the Malayalam film Salt N' Pepper, which is releasing in Kannada, Tamil and ... Times of India, 1 month ago
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On his first trip abroad, director Yograj Bhat took along a cook and ingredients to prepare his favourite breakfast Did you know why popular Kannada director Yograj Bhat NEVER shot abroad when lesser mortals in Sandalwood took the next available ...Bangalore Mirror, 2 weeks ago
BANGALORE: A week ago, disturbed by an unattended manhole in the middle of the road in RT Nagar, an artist turned it into his canvas and went on to paint the face of the Hindu god of death 'Yamaraj', waiting to devour unwary motorists on the road.New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Upcoming actress Samyukta Hornad has made heads turn in Prakash Raj’s trilingual film Oggarane (in Kannada) that released last Friday. The Bangalore-based 22-year-old actress was lucky to get a break in three languages -- Kannada, Tamil and Telugu -- at one go. Her debut film in Kannada Lifeu Ishtene became a hit with young audiences. She played a sprightly young college-going girl in the film. Oggarane is her third film. She comes from a family steeped in Kannada and English theatre. She ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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