The director of ‘Jugari and Last Bus’ shape up as talented music director is very much evident from ‘Mojo’ songs that was released at SRV theatre in Malleswaram. Ace director of Kannada filmdom Sunilkumar Desai was present to release the audio CD of this interesting film audio CD.
Yes. We are talking about SD Aravind, grandson of Hasyarathna Narasimharaju! SD Aravind one of the top scores ‘Dhoori Dhoori….in Last Bus has given him a job in ‘Mojo’. Director and writer Srisha Belakawadi impressed with that song invited SD Aravind for music to his film.
I am not a trained music director, learnt guitar and keyboard for three months. Hearing to music from young age is only my asset he admitted. I was always fond of emotions that Maestro Ilayaraja used to carry in his films. Music director is slowly turning my part of life and it is only experience that counts in giving good songs he firmly believes.
Ace director of Kannada cinema Sunil Kumar Desai remembered his first thriller ‘Tarka’ as Srisha Belakawadi has also made debut for a thriller. Off late the newcomers are getting good push. It is the creativity that is winning point. From the early period music has been part of all Indian language films. Desai had seen music in suspense thriller scoring too marks to support the box office.
The music in a film is like ‘Uppu’ in Uppittu says Srisha Belakawadi addressing with lot of knowledge in him. Music cannot be ignored. It is ‘Athma Saakshi’ he says. We don’t have godfather for this film only godmother. All have worked very hard on this project. Mojo also means miracle and magic. I started seeing it even before release.
Avinash Narasimharaju was also present at the audio release of ‘Mojo’. He wished good luck to the whole team.
The protagonist Manu has the rare strength of sixth sense in his role and female protagonist Anusha who plays a psychiatrist explained rehearsals she took for three months.