Producer Krishnappa of Kanakapura a longtime friend of noted producer Kanakapura Srinivas addressed the media on the eve of release of ‘Chinnada Gombe’ Kannada cinema – a horror based cinema.
Krishnappa had no interest in the beginning to produce a film. His son Keerthi Krishna after graduation done a course in Adarsha Film institute and on the advice of his brother he took up the film production. He has liked the subject of making mistakes again and again life is very harmful. He urged for the media to help the new team.
Director Pankaj Baalan urged for media support and language was barrier to him to speak. Kumbolgodu Nagaraj a well wisher urged for good support from people of Karnataka for this new team film.
The protagonist of the film Keerthi Krishna said it was not difficult to perform as he had some knowledge of acting. He has a suspense role of a cop in the film. I have given more than the requirement of director and it is a good film he observed.
Kanakapura Srinivas senior producer has promised to give good encouragement for his friend Krishnappa in his forthcoming films.
Krishne Gowda parallel KFCC head attacked the recent announcement of no films from March 2 for theatres. This should be announced after thorough discussion. The decision may be correct but announcement is not at right time. The exhibitors should be consulted on this aspect he lamented.
One of the two heroines Anjusri is in a dream girl role on way to achievement. It is a super role she says. Lakshmipathi is distributing the film all over Karnataka.
Leena Khushi first heroine of the film was not present; Gaddappa, Century Gowda, Pankaj Balan, Penamani, Krishnappa, J Nagaraj, Jyothi Dhanalakshmi and others are in the cast.