A film on capital punishment struck a chord at the recent film festival in city After dabbling in commercial potboilers, Kannada film-maker Dayal Padmanabhan has made an off-beat flick Haggada Kone, which tackles the issue of capital punishment. He ... Bangalore Mirror, 1 hour ago
Take your pick!Two Kannada films will hit the screens this Friday, December 12 -- Jai Bhajarangabali, directed by Ravivarma Gubbi, and Naanu Hemanth Avalu Sevanthi, directed by Sudhakar Bannanje.Which one of the two will you catch this weekend?Vote for your pick at the end!Jai BhajarangabaliDirector: Ravivarma GubbiCast: Krishna Ajai Rao, Sindhu Lokanath, Anant Nag Jai Bhajarangabali has been in the making for more than two years. The film has all the usual elements of mainstream ...Rediff.com, 5 days ago Seshadri's Next Film About Wanting Death New Indian Express, 1 month ago
BHAGAWAN MAHAVEER ROAD: Director Dayal Padmanabhan is ecstatic as his film, Haggada Kone, premiered to a diverse audience at the film fest. The film, which was bracketed under the human rights genre, was screened on Monday. Haggade Kone, or The ...New Indian Express, 1 week ago Watch: The trailer of Haggada Kone Times of India, 1 month ago
This actor has done only six films and he is already becoming popular. Chetan Chandra has been given the chance to work in Gadda Vijji's ambitious project, Plus (+) made under Yogaraj Bhat's banner. The director was taken in by his talent. According ...New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
BENGALURU: The Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy is preparing to host The Seventh Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFes) from December 4 to 11. Information minister, Roshan Baig, in a press meet held at Vartha Bhavana said the films will be ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Bengaluru: These books speak and they've found many listeners. A large number of youngsters who're not too comfortable reading the Kannada script have taken to audio books to listen to their favourite authors. According to writer Vasudendra, audio ...Times of India, 1 month ago
Two Kannada films will compete for audience attention during this long festive weekend of Navaratri and Bakr Id. Duniya Vijay starrer Simhadri, directed by veteran Shivamani, and Bahaddur, directed by debutant Chetan Kumar with Dhruva Sarja and Radhika Pandit in lead roles. Here’s a brief look at the two films. Image: Duniya Vijay and Soundarya in Simhadri Simhadri Director: Shivamani Cast: Duniya Vijay, Soundarya, Aishwarya, Ramesh Bhat, Suchendra Prasad, Bhavyashri Rai, Padmavasanthi ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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