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GEETHA BANGLE STORES’ RELEASING ON SEPT 11
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eetha Bangle Stores, a film produced by Kempraj and directed by Manju Mitra will release all over Karnataka on September 11. The film is being distributed by Yogaraj Movies.

Yogaraj Bhat told reporters that the movie is a pure product of madness and passion. He said the movie makes people laugh.

Director B M Giriraj who has acted in the movie said Geetha Bangle Stores is a pure desi story. He noted that the audiences have begun to embrace story-based films which are encouraging.

Television actor Panju who is making his debut on the big screen recalled how daily soap Lakumi showcased him as a village boy. He said the poster of Geetha Bangle Stores inspired and impressed him and that the call that he got was a first from the cinema people.

“I felt that the script was written for me. Though it has taken three-and-a-half years to release the role has brought me immense happiness. I am looking forward to get recognition from this movie although there were a few offers that I got which I didn’t accept because I wanted this movie to be my launch vehicle,” Panju said.

Sushmitha Shinde said she is debuting in movies in a title role. She said she played a child artiste in Excuse Me and in the serial Kavalu Dari. She said she liked the story of Geetha Bangle Stores and to be acting opposite senior actress Bhavya. Sushmitha said she had carried the attitude of a village girl in the movie throughout because of director.

Veena Sunder said she plays a small role and that of the hero’s aunt in the movie adding that she doesn’t know about the movie. However, she expressed the hope that the movie would have shaped up well.

Director Manju Mitra said the film has all the elements of emerging a winner. He said there are no stars in the movie but people who have been stars in the past have acted in it.
-10/09/15

GEETHA BANGLE STORES’ SONGS IN PEN DRIVE
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nother history is written in Kannada cinema industry. The audio songs of ‘Geetha Bangle Stores’ was released in a ‘Pen Drive’ of 4 GB. Eight songs Pen Drive were released first by Kannada Rakshana Vedike President Narayana Gowda and later the regular CD was also released. The surprise was that there was no Lahari Recording Company Box this time.

Title is very interesting one said V Manohar music director of the film. He has used ‘Halegannada’ in two of his eight songs. Only local singers are part of this film he stated.

Guruprasad also saying title is catchy recalled that director Manju Mithra came to him to make him as hero. Id did not approve. The Halegannada style I wanted to use in ‘Eddelu Manjunatha’ but did not work out he said.

Producer Kemparaj said he is very confident of getting good life in cinema in the coming days. Like how the light lights another one and give shine, we should be in real life he says.

Dhruva Sarja was guest on stage was not having basic knowledge of who is V Manohar and Mano Murthy. Narayan Gowdru wished good luck for the entire team.
-21/02/14

ANTI GOONDA ACT COMES
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t the audio release of ‘Geetha Bangle Stores’ Lahari Velu with copies of papers said the long pending Anti Piracy Goonda Act was introduced in Karnataka today.

At the question hour in state legislative council for the question raised by Sandesh Nagaraj, the copies of Anti Goonda Act coming to effect were declared. As matter of fact the President of India accent has come a month back.

Lahari Velu remembered the introduction of the bill in HD Kumaraswamy regime, BS Yediyurappa further moving it and coming into effect at Siddaramaiah regime as chief minister.

With this effect the piracy of audio CD and DVD is strictly punishable. The police get right power to round off piracy operators. It is direct imprisonment. Such a law is introduced in some other states of this country.
-21/02/14

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