arnataka Film Chamber of Commerce president Sa Ra Govindu launched the teaser of the movie Ajaraamara and released the audio CD of the movie at a function held this week. The film is produced by Dr David Banji and co-produced  by Abhay G Ganjyala. Rajkishore Rao has scored the music and Ravi Karanji has written and directed the film. The film stars debutants Taarak and Roshini in lead roles.

Producer David Banji said he believed in giving the director enough creative space and director had delivered by making a good film.

Director Ravi Karanji said the film is a love-based subject and is a total family entertainer. The hero is a bundle of talent and how his talent comes to light is what the film is all about. The director said a girl enters into his life who supports him but does he require her support is a dilemma for the helpless hero. What happens to his life when he falls in love with her? The director said the film has about 10 minutes of computer graphics work which has been handled by Akshay, son of another producer A Ganesh.

Cinematographer Manohar said he considered himself to be a new cameraman as he was with a new film-maker. He said he learnt from the newcomers.

Taarak said he plays a talented guy who doesn’t want to work during anyone. He said the film is about how the heroine recognizes his talent and supports him.

Roshini said she plays a traditional girl who supports the hero in whatever he does.

here is a proverb ‘behind every success of a man, there will be a woman’. ‘Ajaraamara’ movie team might have inspired with this proverb. Because the whole movie revolves around an achievement of a talented artist and behind every success of him one traditional girl stands like an inspiration and back bone.

With this movie most of the technicians and artists are debuting Sandalwood. Namely, director Ravi Kaaranji, Producer Abhay G. Ganjyala, Male protagonist Ranavir Ponnappa, Female protagonist Roshani and supporting actor Madhusudan.

Muhoortha of the movie took place at Dharmagiri Manjunathaswamy temple near Banashankari BDA Complex on Monday, March 9.

Addressing the media, director Ravi Kaaranji said, ‘I am basically from Kalihundi of Mysuru. Before entering to celluloid media, I was working as a workman in a factory.’

‘The movie is all about love and achievement. The protagonist of the movie is a talented artist and he achieves his goal because of a traditional girl who stands behind him like an inspiration and back bone’ he said.

‘The movie is going to be shot around Bengaluru, Mysuru and Tumkur for 45 days in single schedule. There are 5 songs in the movie which came out melodiously’ he added.

‘This is my second movie as music director. Earlier to this movie I had composed music for ‘Exam’ movie which is yet to be released. I have worked with veteran music director Hamsalekha for nearly two years’ Music director Rajkishore Rao said.

Ranaveer Ponnappa, hero of the movie said, ‘Though basically I am a model, I had a dream to enter silver screen since from my childhood. Before entering to silver screen, I had worked with prominent fashion designer Prasad Biddappa as a model. I’m an engineering student too and studying last semester of M.Tech.’

Roshani who acted as a child artist in some of Kannada movies is debuting as a heroine with ‘Ajaraamara’. Interestingly, she is also an engineering student who is studying in Sri Jayachamarajendra Polytechnic. ‘This is a dream opportunity for me to enter as a heroine to Sandalwood’ she expressed her happiness.

Actors Suchendra Prasad, Mithra and Madhusudan, Producer Abhay G. Ganjyala too spoke on this occasion.

Cinematographer Hari Naika and Stunt Master Different Danny were present in the press meet.
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