ANOTHER WORLD RECORD VIA ?SUGRIVA? - 18 HOURS KANNADA FILM!
Posted date: 5/October/2009
After six months of hectic preparation for complete shoot of a Kannada film ‘Sugriva’ in 18 hours the day is fixed on 11th of October! The shooting begins at 6 am in the morning and in the night before 12 the shooting comes to an end of this Anaji Nagaraj production ‘Sugriva’ starring super star Shivarajakumar and Yagna Shetty in lead roles.
10 creative directors, 10 cameramen will work on two sets that shoot 65 scenes. Two and half action, three songs are part of this family entertainer. Shivarajkumar will be in 90 percent of the scenes explains Anaji Nagaraj who is producing this film in Anaji Films.
Besides 10 cameramen Vishnu, Shekar Chandru, Sathya Hegde, R Giri, Suresh Babu, MR Seenu, Krishna, Niranjan Babu, Veenus Murthy and Suresh there will be two additional cameramen and in case of need Anaji Nagarj will stand behind the camera.
The film will be directed by Malayalam director Prashanth who made a film ‘Bhagwan’ with Mohanlal in the lead in 19 hours. He is working under 10 directors Om Prakash Rao, Sathya, Nagshekar, Pramod Chakravarthy, Ananthu, Viji, Raghav Loki, AP Arjun, Pandu, Tushal Ranganath. There will be two additional director Madesh and Mussanje Mahesh.
There will be thirty plus artists for this film. Two Jimmy Jip, three steady camera, 500 cinema workers, two dance directors, 30 assistant cameramen, one action director and art director, 10 assistant directors, and 45 camera assistants are deployed for this challenging task. Gurukiran scores music for three tunes.
Looking very confident Prashanth says in Malayalam I have taken one hour extra to complete ‘Bhagwan’. The film ran for 50 days and there was only one costume for Mohan Lal where as in Kannada Shivarajakumar will be having many costumes and he had to run around all the sets for this ‘Sugriva’ Kannada film says Prashanth. Ramnarayan has penned the dialogues for this unique film. There will be two and half fights and the effort for this film is that of 60 days.
The film ‘Sugriva’ of Anaji Films has been already sent for consideration in the Guinness Book of World Recrods.