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FILM RELEASES: DEVARA NADALLI, PRIYANKA BREAK CONVENTION
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evara  Nadalli and Priyanka, the two films releasing this Friday (February 5) will be breaking away from convention of releasing their films in the main theatre in Majestic area. While Devara Nadalli will be released in multiplexes only across the state, Priyanka will release in multiplexes and single screens but outside of Majestic area.

According to Dinesh Baboo, Priyanka will not be releasing in single screens in Majestic area because of the high rentals and poor occupancy in the evenings. He said the team will concentrate on multiplexes and single screens outside Majestic which are better receptive to such films.

Devara Nadalli will be releasing in multiplexes in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Hubballi, Belagavi, Kalburgi and Mangaluru, according to its producer Shailaja Nag 
-3/02/16

B SURESHA’S DEVARA NADALLI TO RELEASE IN MULTIPLEXES ON FEB 5
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Suresha’s directorial venture Devara Nadalli will now release in selected multiplexes on February 5, 2016 all over Karnataka. The film was originally scheduled for a release on January 15.  Suresha said the position to screen the movie is not comfortable in multiplexes due to oversupply of films releasing on January 15. He also said it was felt that the multiplexes will not be able to allot suitable prime time slots for the movie if the movie released as planned earlier and hence the decision has been taken to put off the film’s release to February 5.

Devara Nadalli is being distributed by Toogudeepa Distributors.Suresha said efforts are on to release the movie worldwide based on the availability of theatres which is being handled by Toogudeepa banner.

The film is based on a newspaper report published in 1998. Suresha who has also written and directed the film said he had built a story based on the newspaper report.

He said the film runs on multiple parallel tracks. One track is the incident that is the central point of the film and the people around it. The second track deals with people gossiping about the incident which could create prejudices. The third track is about the perpetrators of the incident.

Director Suresha said Devara Nadalli is a socio-political thriller shot along the entire stretch of coastal Karnataka starting from Padubidre near Udupi up to Honnavara.

Producer Shylaja Nag said the movie will see a theatrical release that will be different from the usual commercial format.

Mandya Ramesh said it was great to work in a film production that was so well planned and executed that the entire shoot was wrapped up in one schedule.

Cinematographer Advaita Gurumurthy said the pre-production process gave him a lot of happiness as the team did a lot of homework when it came to location hunting and even placing of the camera.

Disha Ramesh, daughter of Mandya Ramesh who is debuting with this movie said she was so happy that the day had arrived when the movie was all set for a release. She said the movie making was a good forum for discussion and there were positive vibes in the team at the production stage. She said she could see a lot of sensitivities.

Manu Hegde, son of television actor and theatre person Manjunath Hegde said he got the role after finishing the course in Neenasam. He said doing the film was like doing another course.

The film stars Prakash Rai, Sihikahi Chandru, Kasaragod Chinna and Achyuth Kumar in prominent roles. The film has two other newbies making their debut along with Disha Ramesh and Manu Hegde in Manoj Kodagu and Pranav – all drawn from theatre backgrounds. The film also stars Manjubhashini, Kiran Kumar, Mandya Ramesh, Renukappa, Gowtham and Gurumurthy. Hamsalekha has scored the music in the film that has four songs. Aravind Kuplikar has penned the screenplay. Jo Ni Harsha is the editor. The running time of the film is 105 minutes.

Media House Studio has produced the film.
-12/01/16










MADHU AMBAT’S PROTÉGÉ ADVAITA READY TO ROCK BEHIND CAMERA
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dvaita Gurumurthy, grandson of senior journalist Vijayamma is now grooming to be a promising cinematographer in the Kannada film industry. After having trained under ace cameraman Madhu Ambat for four years, Advaita had his first release as a cinematographer with Neenasam Satish’s maiden production venture Rocket although he debuted behind the camera in B Suresha’s Devara Nadalli. Director Suresha says Advaita will be an asset to the industry for his camera work.

Armed with a post-graduate diploma in cinematography from L V Prasad Film Academy, Chennai, Advaita won the national award for his camera work in Tamil diploma film Indyam. Advaita has gone on to work in about 15 to 20 documentaries, eight short films including Neenasam Satish’s short film Chaukabara that will be screened in Cinepolis next week and three music videos.

Currently, Advaita is working in Snake Naga which is Pratibha Nandakumar’s debut directorial movie and Pawan Kumar’s (of Lucia fame) ‘U Turn’. The latter film has finished its shoot while Snake Naga is yet to be completed.
-7/01/16

B SURESHA’S DEVARA NADALLI RELEASING ON JAN 15
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evara Nadalli will release on the February 5, 2016 in 45 theatres across Karnataka. The film will also see a theatrical outside the state and in the US later. The film is being distributed by Toogudeepa Distributors. The film is based on a newspaper report published in 1998.

Suresha who has written and directed the film said the film talks about how prejudices in society can affect judgement within the society. Devara Nadalli is a socio-political thriller shot along the entire stretch of coastal Karnataka starting from Padubidre near Udupi right up to Honnavara, he said.

The film stars Prakash Rai, Sihikahi Chandru, Kasaragod Chinna and Achyuth Kumar in prominent roles. The film has four debutants in Disha Ramesh, Manu Hegde, Manoj Kodagu and Pranav – all drawn from theatre backgrounds. The film also stars Manjubhashini, Kiran Kumar, Mandya Ramesh, Renukappa, Gowtham and Gurumurthy. Advaita Gurumurthy is the cameraman and music is by Hamsalekha.

Media House Studio has produced the film.
-7/01/16



B SURESHA’S DEVARA NADALLI READY FOR RELEASE
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Suresha’s directorial venture Devara Nadalli is ready for release. The film that has a huge star cast of theatre and television artistes is based on a newspaper report published in 1998.

Director Suresha who has also written the story for the film said he had built a story based on the newspaper report. He said the film talks about how prejudices in society can affect judgement of a society. He says the film runs on multiple parallel tracks. One track is the incident that is the central point of the film and the people around it. The second track deals with people gossiping about the incident which could create prejudices. The third track is about the perpetrators of the incident.

Director Suresha said Devara Nadalli is a socio-political thriller shot along the entire stretch of Coastal Karnataka starting from Padubidre near Udupi up to Honnavara. The film was shot for a period of 22 days along the belt, he said.

The film stars Prakash Rai, Sihikahi Chandru, Kasaragod Chinna and Achyuth Kumar in prominent roles. The film has four newbies making their debut – Disha Ramesh, Manu Hegde, Manoj Kodagu and Pranav – all drawn from theatre backgrounds. The film also stars Manjubhashini, Kiran Kumar, Mandya Ramesh, Renukappa, Gowtham and Gurumurthy. Advaita is the cameraman and music is by Hamsalekha. The film has four songs

Media House Studio has produced the film.

B Suresha says the film is being planned for an all-India release and the date is yet to be decided.  
-10/06/15

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