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LOOTI RELEASES 2 SONGS ON YOUTUBE
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pcoming Kannada film Looti has released two songs on Youtube ahead of its trailer launch and release. The first song Dangerous Darling which has been picturised on Isha Koppikar was released on the day of the actress’s birthday a week ago. The second song Khushi featuring Shweta Pandit, Swayamvara Chandru andDhruva Sharma was also released earlier this week. Both the songs have elicited good response, according to film’s producer Niranjan.

Looti is gearing up to hit the screens in October or November. The film has got a U/A certificate from the censors. Looti is directed by Girish Kamplapur. Niranjan, an event manager and organizer has produced the film for the first time. Niranjan had earlier directed Jackpot a few years back that saw the launch of Shubha Punja into Kannada cinema. The film had Dhyan in the lead.

Niranjan has organized several audio launch functions in Kannada film industry. This time he has produced Kannada film Looti under his own production banner. The film stars Deepika Das of Nagini fame in a cop’s role. B Jayashri is also making a special appearance in the movie. The film marks the return of Isha Koppikar into the south after more than 14 years.
-30/09/16

LOOTI’ AUDIO RELEASED
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udio of the film Looti was released in Bengaluru on Monday night. The film’s trailer was also launched and a song was shown at the do. Looti which carries a caption ‘bad boys on duty’ stars Isha Koppikar and Shweta Pandit among others. Looti is produced by Niranjan, an event organizer and directed by Girish Kamplapur. MLA for Malavalli Narendra Swamy and Srinagara Kitty were among the chief guests for the audio release. Dharma Vish has scored the music.

Music composer Dharma Vish said music of Rathavara had become a hit and he appealed to the media to encourage him. He said there was an experimental item song in the movie using ‘thamthe’ and ‘thutturi’.

Legislator Malavalli Narendra Swamy said he knew the producer’s father as a friend and recalled his college days when he used to whistle and clap loudly which was not possible to do now. He said he will use artistes from the film for the forthcoming Jalapatha Utsava to be held at Gaganachukki and Barachukki soon. He said he was sorry for sidelining folk singer Malavalli Nagendra who has sung a song for the movie and promised to include him in the Utsava.

Srinagara Kitty said Looti is like a dream come true for producer Niranjan who is his friend and wished that the film loots the box-office.

Ram Narayan said he had written the lyrics for a song. Bhavana Rao said the film has peppy songs and added that it will be interesting and full of suspense to see how the bad boys loot. Sindhu Lokanath said she had come as a guest as she knew Niranjan as an event organizer. She said she was part of the dance troupe with Niranjan and now she is an actor. She said Isha Koppikar has done the main role and added she was eager to see the film.

Deepika Das who is now acting on television in the lead title role of Nagini said she plays a special cop in the film. She said acting in television was like going to school while it was like going to a college which is colourful when it comes to cinema.
Producer Niranjan has also penned the lyrics and sung the chorus for the song Dangerous Darling. Niranjan had directed Kannada film Jackpot a few years back but this time Girish Kamplapur who made Snehanjali had been entrusted with the task of directing Looti.

Girish Kamplapur said Isha Koppikar has acted well as a cop in the movie and thanked the producer for providing everything that the film wants.

Robot Ganesh, singer Inchara, Sangeetha and television actress Ishita were also present. Usha Uthup has sung a song for the movie. Inchara, Malavalli Nagendra and Sujatha Dutt sang songs on the occasion.
-26/07/16







LOOTI’ ISHA KOPPIKAR IN A SONG
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ery popular event manager in Karnataka Niranjan much awaited film ‘Looti’ in the direction of Girish Hamplapur has shot an eye catching song at Abhiman Studio on a special erected set featuring the beautiful looking Isha Koppikar in the choreography of very smart Imran Sardaria. Dhruva Sharma and Kaddipudi Chandru in disguise of Arabian costume were also part of this song.

Isha Koppikar the famous Bollywood actress with roots from Kannada cinema like Suryavamshi, Hoo Antiya Uhoo Antiya, O Nanna Nalle shot in to fame from ‘Khallas….song in Hindi cinema. Isha Koppikar is playing both soft and hard role. She is investigative cop. The idea of investigation is different. She also appears in the song Dangerous Darling…. Isha Koppikar has liked the role very much. She was seen in a cop role in Hindi. This is quite different. This role is a pleasant change for me. I am a taekwondo expert took part in action without dupes. I am a big fan of Bruce Lee. I am ready to take up action oriented roles says Isha Koppikar.

Girish Kamplapura directing the film for Studio Focus Niranjan says the film is based on robbery subject that happens in one day. He wants to release four songs audio this month and the film in December this year.

It is a good budget cinema and we have given all richness to the frames. Isha is amazing dancer. With such an actress the film will not be complete without her dance says producer Niranjan. Water, Fire and Wind is used for this song. It is multi color and first motion poster was released in You Tube recently he says.

The much sought after choreographer Imran Sardaria a fan of Khallas…song of Isha Koppikar. It is a nice set and lovely song he says. Chandru disclosed that he did not sleep when he saw Khallas…and today also I will not sleep he admitted.

Ganga Rajendra a silent cameraman in the camp of S Narayan for a long time is in his 12th film. He has worked for films like Kalyani, Mahabharatha, Suryavamsha etc. digital camera is very easy he feels.
-3/11/14

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