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SHORT FILM ‘CHOUKA BARA’ COMPLETES 52 SCREENINGS
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hort film ‘Chouka Bara’, the first to win the state award in the newly created category and also the first short film to be exhibited in a multiplex, completed 52 screenings on Sunday. Mementos were also presented to all the technicians and actors who had worked in the film on the occasion. The film is produced by Neenasam Satish and directed by Raghu Shivamogga.

B Suresha said Raghu had carried out post-production work of this short film in their studio and all of them who have worked in the film were his boys, he added. He said however it their effort that had brought them laurels. He said it is a good trend to see more and more short films being made. He said Raghu is getting ready to direct a film for a producer friend.

Sharath Lohitaswa said Raghu had made this short film with a lot of love.

Producer Neenasam Satish said he had turned producer and floated a production banner for the sake of Raghu. The director has made a short film with a small budget and won the award while he had sunk crores to make Rocket which just flew away.

Senior journalist Vijayamma wished Raghu that he direct good films in the future.

Achyuth Kumar was also present.
-5/12/16

SHORT FILM ‘CHAUKABARA’ SCREENING IN MULTIPLEX
‘Chaukabara,’ a 20-minute short film will be screened at Cinepolis Multiplex in ETA Mall, Binnypet on Thursday, January 13, 2016. The film will be screened four times at 7 pm7.40 pm8.20 pm and 9 pm in the evening on the same day.

The short film is produced by Sathish Neenasam. The film is written and directed by Raghu Shivamogga. Advaitha Gurumurthy is the cinematographer and Prakash Karenje is the editor. Ashley Mendonsa has scored the music.

The film stars Achyuth Kumar, Sharath Lohitaswa, Manjunath Hegde, Ashwini Gowda, Kiran Nayak and Nandini Patwardhan among others.

Raghu Shivamogga said the short film was made at a budget of Rs 2.5 lakh and was shot for two days. He said the film starts with a telephone call and how a conversation spoils an individual’s life. He said the film is about a man becomes a scapegoat without having committed the mistake.
-5/01/16

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