a Ra Govindu, president of Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce released the audio CD of Kempirve at Bugal Rock, behind Dodda Ganapathi and Dodda Basanna Temple on Bull Temple Road. The audio CD has five songs. Former Mayor Katte Sathyanarayana, Dattanna, Umesh Banakar, Nataraj, Keerthi Gowda, music director Singapore Kishan, CV Shivashanker, Lakshman and other team members joined on the stage for release audio CD.
Speaking on the occasion, Sa Ra Govindu expressed his anxiety to watch the film. “The title itself has some force and the tagline Jopana Kachchuthe… is further more interesting he said and made a humble appeal for all Kannadigas to watch this film,’’ Govindu said.

Urging the directors and producers to make film with good script, Govindu gave the success of low-budget film Godibanna Sadarana Maikattu… which was made with a good script.

“Many non-Kannada films are being released and becoming a huge success at the box office. We in the industry known only cinema making in entertainment field. For me the Kannada Chaluvali is also additional responsibility,’’ he said.

“We have person lime CV Shivashanker today with us. We can take guidance while making story. For brothers Venkat and Lakshman there is already a good home for clearing a good story,’’ he said. Lakshman brother of Venkat Bharadwaj conducting the audio event disclosed the concept of the film got from Basavanagudi area. That is one of the reasons to have audio release at this place.

Katte Sathyanarayana former mayor of Bengaluru said he was very happy to attend the audio release function of this film.
The five songs of ‘Kempirve’ are penned by Viay Shastri, Lakshman Shivashanker, Manollasa Mahesh, Narendra Babu (Kabbaddi and Santheyalli Ninta Kabira director) and director Venkat Bharadwaj.

Zee Company has released the audio CD to the market. Bhasi Bhasker one of the key actors of the film, CCL Player, Manager of SBI had come all the way from Mumbai did not get the right attention at the audio release.
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enkat Bharadwaj, who directed successful films such as Bablusha and A Day In The City, has come up with one more interesting film based on actual event took place in Bengaluru in November 2016. The film, titled as Kempuiruve (Red Ant), is aimed how a common man from a middle-class family will revolt when others disturb him without any valid reason.
The main role was played by veteran character artiste H.G. Dattatreya alias Dattanna. The other important roles are played by Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC) vice president Umesh Banakar, Lakshman Bharadwaj and multilingual actor Sayaji Shinde.

“It is based on an actual incident taken place in my life. I, myself, was cheated by a land developer. I could not fight against him in real life because of his muscle power. I took revenge on him by portraying my real-life incident in this film,’’ says Lakshman Bharadwaj who wrote script and dialogues for this film.

Speaking on the occasion, director Venkat Bharadwaj said Umesh Banakar played the role of a comedian-cum-villain in this film. “I selected Banakar for this role because of his body language, hair style and talkative skills,’’ Venkat Bharadwaj said.

He said Sayaji Shinde plays the role of a politician. “He participated in the shooting for two days. He was very cooperative. Despite his busy schedule, he agreed to act in this film. He himself dubbed in Kannada for this film,’’ the director said.

Thanking the director for selecting him to play the key role in this film, Dattanna said he agreed to act in this film because of the script and the lead role offered to him. He said his role in Kempuiruve had multiple dimensions.

Dattanna plays the role of a retired middle-class man. He loves the company of his friends. What happens to a middle-class man when his income stops and he is disturbed is the climax of the film.

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