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Pogaru's second schedule starting from May 20

Dhruva Sarja, who took a break for his brother Chiranjeevi’s wedding, has also worked on his fitness to gain back the weight he lost for the first schedule

Published on 8th May 2018

Despite taking three years to make, Vinay confident about Seizer

The first-time director says that he has used his experience in the car business as fodder for his upcoming film 

Published on 9th April 2018

Deepti Sati to play lead in Chiranjeevi Sarja’s Raja Marthanda

The actor, who was last seen in the Tamil-Malayalam bilingual Solo, will be playing the female lead along side Chiranjeevi Sarja 

Published on 12th March 2018

Nishivika Naidu is Paddehulli’s heroine

Even before the release of her debut Vasu - Naan Pakka Commercial and her second film Amma I Love You, the actor has already bagged her third project opposite Shreyas Manju

Published on 5th March 2018

'Script was the only reason for me to accept Samhaara'

...says Chiranjeevi Sarja, who plays a blind chef in the film directed by Guru Deshpande 
 

Published on 8th February 2018

Samhaara Review: A watchable thriller

This remake of the Tamil film Adhe Kangal is a fresh take on the original story, which has every element needed to make it a satisfying thriller

Published on 9th February 2018

Sometimes, it is good to be bad: Hariprriya

The actor talks about her role in Guru Deshpande’s Samhaara, in which she plays a negative role opposite Chiranjeevi Sarja

Published on 6th February 2018

Kannada cinema's hits and misses of 2017

A look back at this past year in the Kannada industry

Published on 30th December 2017

Meghana Raj as Darshan's princess in Kurukshetra

Producer Muniratna, who was particular about roping in a Kannada heroine to play Bhanumati, introduced the new pair to Kannada cinema

Published on 25th November 2017

Two sides of same coin, Hariprriya in Samhaara

The actor is glad to have bagged a unique role in Guru Deshpande’s directorial

Published on 25th November 2017

Aboard the mystery train

With the film adaptation of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express all set to get released this Friday, we take a look at some Indian films that owe their stories to the ace novelist

Published on 22nd November 2017

Nishvika signed for Chiranjeevi’s Amma I Love You

Chaitanya’s directorial is set to promote the new talent, an idea backed by producer Yogi Dwarakish

Published on 12th November 2017

Nov 7: A date with Prema Baraha teaser?

The five second teaser which features many Kannada stars, all asking the audience to watch out for Nov 7, likely refers to the teaser release of the Arjun Sarja directorial starring his daughter

Published on 5th November 2017

Sithara gets on board for Amma I Love You

This remake of the Tamil film Pichaikkaran will mark the fourth collaboration of director Chaitanya and Chiranjeevi Sarja

Published on 1st November 2017

Triple treat for Meghana on D-Day

The actress who is getting engaged on Oct 22 to Chiranjeevi Sarja also has the launch of two films on the same day

Published on 11th October 2017

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