Here is another young and vibrant female director Susmita Sameera ready to take on big screen. This is evident from first short film of Susmita ‘Sunday’ – 8 minutes and15 seconds duration that was unveiled on Sunday, 19th April at 10.30 am in You Tube.
‘Sunday’ is a delectable thought of Susmita for her direction. It is a three generation discussion in a holiday – Sunday with the daughter software professional.
With three main characters the narration is lively and so close to the majority of people. As usual the daughter gets up late and her mother insisted on a few responsibilities plus grandmother in her traditional words – pressing for a marriage all pass through while a few portion of this ‘Sunday’ is also shot in a Mall with friend taking entry with a child. The eating of pizza present youths gives a finishing to short film ‘Sunday’.
Susmita had written and directed ‘Sunday’ and the vast knowledge she acquired at this young age and good academic background made her to give a pleasant surprise in her debut direction.
Popular artists in Kannada filmdom Vijayalakshmi Devi (grandmother), Aruna Balaraj (Mother) and Shruthi Raghunand (daughter) are main characters of this 50 MM Production in association with Flickering Studio. The short film in You Tube is getting good response in less than a day.
Susmita Sameera recently come up with a video song ‘Abhignana’ that has music composition from popular music director of Kannada cinema Midhun Mukundan. Darsha Chandrappa and Deepti Mohan (of Gift Box Kannada cinema) taken part in the romantic song.
Sunday short film has Bhau Pratap cinematography, Ramanath Shanbag dialogues, Dilip R Gowda editing, Girish Hoththur background score. Ramya Rajashekhar and Baby Avika R are in a short presence in this short film with no short falls.
Susmita Sameera a graduate in Interior designing from Mount Carmel College, holds MBA in marketing division from PESIT, she worked in the writing department of Srinivasa Kalyana, Colors, Pradesha Samachara and a few other Kannada films. She has worked for TV Commercials, NGO documentaries, music videos, done art direction, worked in concept study and expansion division, Mumbai Line Production acquired the services of Susmita Sameera.
For Susmita Sameera key backbone are her parents Smt Suneetha and Sameera Haritsa. It is Sameera Haritsa a retired government official with wide knowledge on varied topics has given major push. Sameera Haritsa is authority on so many topics that include Kannada cinema history. Susmita mother Smt Suneetha a retired teacher worked in Panchajanya School situated in I block Rajajinagar. The grooming for this future director of Kannada screen has happened from her home.
Let us welcome Susmita Sameera to the world of ‘Maya Loka’.