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The director-actor of the romantic drama is currently penning the dialogues for the sequel, which will feature a new heroine
Krishna, the actor and director of Love Mocktail, says he was happy to receive a call from Sivakarthikeyan who gave positive feedback about the film
Directed by Bharath, the film will now make its way to the silver screen, but with a different title
Udbhava director Kodlu Ramakrishna, and actors Pramod and Milana Nagaraj talk about their upcoming political satire, which is slated for release on February 7
Staying true to the title, the first-time director has brought together the bittersweet ingredients of life in this romcom
Kannada actor Krishna who turns director with this week's release, Love Mocktail, talks about his inspiration and what pushed him to make this film
The film also features Milana Nagaraj in the lead
The film is jointly produced by director Krishna and Milana Nagaraj, who also play the lead roles
The film is a direct sequel to Kodlu Ramakrishna's classic, Udbhava, and the story starts exactly where the first part ended
Nimika is juggling between Virgin and Prajwal Devaraj’s yet-to-be-titled film, directed by Ramnarayan
The actor is not only making his directorial debut but is also taking care of the story, screenplay, dialogues, fight composition, and choreography
It can be noted that Gaana Karunkuyile song from Sethu has the gibberish lyrics, "..takku mukku tikku thaalam.."
Interestingly, Ramakrishna has brought on board Rangayana Raghu, who will play Anant Nag's character from the original.
The actor will be playing a content-oriented role for the first time in O
The actress is looking forward to the release of her long-pending films
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