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Sathish Ninasam’s ‘panchayat president’ is a fan of Ambareesh

Ayogya’s second song will be released by the Rebel star on Thursday

Published: 17th July 2018

The first song of Sathish Ninasam and Rachita Ram-starrer Ayogya, Yennami Yenammi,  was released by Dhruva Sarja recently. And withing days, the track has crossed a million views. Now, the makers are getting ready to release their next track. The song composed by Arjun Janya has vocals by Anthony Daasan of Tagaru fame and Ambareesh will be formally releasing this track on Thursday.

Director Mahesh tell us why it is special for Rebel star to release this track. “Actor Sathish Ninasam  is a diehard fan of Ambareesh, which is represented in the film. It is entirely shot in a village backdrop of Mandya, where Ambareesh is considered a godly figure,” he says. “The title song--Mandyada halligela, evane Obaane leader--has been dedicated to the senior actor, and it also serves as the hero’s introduction song. Apart from this, we have also used five songs from Ambareesh’s earlier films, which come in bits. So it is perfect for him to release this particular track,” he adds.

The film is now in post-production and may hit the theatres in the first week of August. Produced by Crystal Park Cinemas, Ayogya has Sathish Ninasam playing a gram panchayat president, and Ravi Shankar as Bacchegowda. The film also features Tabla Nani, Chikkanna, Rangayana Raghu and Ravishankar in prominent roles. V Harikrishna has composed the music and Preeth is the film’s cinematographer.

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