One Mungaru Male gave rise to 300 Kannada films of the same pattern and one Dhuniya gave 200 of the same pattern’ – this was the statistics provided by KFCC President Sa Ra Govindu on the pattern of films dashing and crashing in the box office. Now the horror season is going on for a long time. When there is good story then there is way for good collections of a film observed Govindu addressing on the occasion of ‘Vinashini’ audio release. Govindu was given a felicitation and the turban fitted on his head was something special indeed.
Sa Ra Govindu feeling very bad for the recent news of ‘Style Raja’ director giving Supari for killing of a producer said these things should not happen at all. He also cautioned the new team of four producers to keep away such mind set.
On the policy matter Govindu is trying very hard to introduce percentage system for Kannada films. He has got good support from persons like Odhu Gowder in northern belt. Big producers have come forward for this scheme. This would definitely help the new producers felt Govindu. He also gave an example of one person watching a film in a multiplex screen.
Govindu was joined by Umesh Banakar, NM Suresh and literary genius Prof Doddarange Gowdru in releasing audio CD of the film. This is a film of four producers – Ramesh, Nagesh, Dhananjay and Jayakrishna. All of them liked the concept of director Umesh.
A film by G Umesh ‘Vinashini’ is all about paying penalty for the mistake. In this case it is a female ghost. The title itself indicates the end for mistakes committed. Although horror there is humor and sentiment in the pack says the director.
Debutantants Arya and Sumalatha make debut and they did not had much to say. Both thanked for the opportunity and good experience they gained from this film.
Hari Kavya in his fourth film as music director composed songs for five songs. The first one he took up was a horror based song. He had given opportunity for three new writers to make entry via this film.
Cinema is both science and art. Yet creativity is important expressed Prof Doddarange Gowdru in his address.