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'KINAARE' COMPLETES 70% OF SHOOT
'Kinaare' has completed 70 percent of shoot in the lush green environs of the state’s coastal line, according to its director Devaraj Poojary. The film is produced under the banner of Red Apple Films. The film stars Satish Raj, Gauthami, Dattanna, Sihikahi Chandru and Dinesh Mangaluru among others.

Director Poojary said the film mirrors the sentiments of people living in the coastal belt of Karnataka. Abhishek Kasaragod is the cameraman. Surendranath has scored the music and Vikram Sridhar is the editor. The film has more of expression and less of dialogues.

Satish Raj said he has trained at Neenasam in acting and that he plays an innocent boy in the film who falls in love and what happens as a result of it is what the film is all about. Gauthami said when one gets beautiful dreams how does one go about fulfilling them or realizing them is what the film is all about without disclosing details of her role.

Dinesh Mangaluru is playing the villain. Pramod Shetty plays the role of a teacher. Chiranjeevi and Charita have also acted.
-11/01/17



KINAARE ALL SET FOR A LAUNCH ON DEC 7
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inaare, a new Kannada film that will mark the entry of Red Apple Movies as a production house will be launched on December 7. The movie is being directed by Devaraj Poojary who has also taken up the responsibility of overseeing production activities will have debutants Satish and Gautami essaying lead roles. Senior journalist Ganesh Kasaragod’s son Abhishek Kasaragod is debuting as an independent cinematographer. Abhishek was working as an assistant to ace cinematographer Satya Hegde and had worked with the latter in Soori’s film Kendasampige.

Devaraj who is also debuting as a director told reporters that Kinaare will be an experimental movie that turns the spotlight on mentally imbalanced characters played by hero and heroine. The movie will be shot in the coastal districts of Karnataka as the story happens in the coast. He said the film will be shot in Mangaluru, Udupi, Kasaragod, Madikeri and Dhanushkodi in Tamil Nadu.

Satish said he knew the director since the last four to five years but never expected that he would cast him (Satish) to play the lead in a movie. He said they had been working on the script for the last eight months. He said he undertook an acting course. Satish said he plays a guy who is not mentally matured and added that he observed a few special children to study their behaviour.

Gauthami said she got into acting through serials. She said she plays Meera, a mentally challenged girl which required her to do a lot of homework.

Cinematographer Abhishek Kasaragod said director Devaraj has given a lot of importance to presentation. He said the team is quality conscious and the task will be challenging but the team is happy to take it up.

Lyricist Jayant Kaikini said though there were attempts to chronicle the lives of people living in coastal areas no Kannada film has been able to achieve it to desired effect. He hoped that Kinaare will showcase the coastal areas and depict the people’s lifestyle effectively.

Music composer Surendranath said he is debuting as a music director after completing his PUC in Science. He said the movie will have six songs out of which three of them will be montage numbers.

Vikram Sridhar who is editing in his third movie also spoke. 
-1/12/15

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