‘Yee Bhoomi Bannada Buguri, Aa Shivane Chaati Kano’….goes the song in Mahakshatriya featuring Dr Vishnuvardhana in the scoring of Hamsalekha!
Lord Shiva is the ‘Chaati’ the song referred. Now we have ‘Chaati’ Kannada film featuring Ravi Chetan of Kanakapura. He has good support from his area politicians DK Shivakumar and DK Suresh. A mathematics professor in Kempe Gowda College Prasanna a cousin of hero Ravi Chetan invested Rs.25 lakhs on this film project.
Screening four songs and trailer ‘Chaati’ audio CD brought to the market by Music Bazaar of Dr V Nagendra Prasad was released by national award winning actor Sanchari Vijay.
It is Panchayati Rajakiya. How the youths today succumb to politics and indulge in appeasing voters is what director Sriraj had seen from his own eyes is brought on screen. He has worked as a journalist too in his career. The songs and trailer shown was not censored put him in discomfort.
Malavalli Saikrishna has appeared in a comedy role. One song he has written coming in his mentor Dr V Nagendra Prasad music company is his happiness. Anjanappa, Kuri Ranga, Anjanappa are also in the cast were see on dais at the audio release.
The comedy speech was also from heroine Shilpa. She has acted in Tamil and Telugu film. She stays in Bengaluru right from her birth but not able to speak in Kannada.
Kevin who scored music for ‘Tikla’ has composed songs for his second film. Director in his debut has looked at the village politics. How the village head name his relative for Panchayat election and the protagonist taking on finally falling in love with village head daughter plus the daughter of village head support the protagonist from her father revenue all flow in the screenplay of this film.
This film should improve on technical side and heroine Shilpa should learn Kannada. The usage of common words that sounds vulgar are common in other parts of Karnataka felt Dr V Nagendra Prasad.