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Vijay Raghavendra's next film titled Malgudi Days

The film is said to have no resemblance to the popular TV show, helmed by Shankar Nag

Published on 5th February 2019

Ganesh begins shooting for Geetha  

The film stars Parvathy Arun, Shanvi Srivastava and Pragya Martin as the female leads 

Published on 15th December 2018

From Shivarajkumar to Sudeep, Kannada cinema fraternity mourns the loss of Rebel Star Ambareesh

The 66-year-old actor passed away on Saturday

Published on 26th November 2018

Prayaga Martin to make Kannada debut opposite Ganesh in Geetha 

Having started off as a child artiste in Mollywood, she went on to establish herself as a promising actor with some good projects in Malayalam

Published on 28th October 2018

Parvathy Arun, the first heroine to join Ganesh's Geetha

In her first Kannada outing, the actor will be sharing screen space with the two other heroines, who are yet to be finalised

Published on 14th October 2018

Geetha will be special for my career: Ganesh

The actor is happy that film, which shares its name with the iconic Shankar Nag-starrer, is being made under his home banner

Published on 2nd July 2018

Ganesh’s next titled Geetha

Directed by Vijay Nagendra, the film, which derives its name from the 80s classic starring Shankar Nag, will be produced by Syed Salaam in association with Golden Films

Published on 18th June 2018

Music video to celebrate Kannada Rajyotsava

Celebrities have come up with music videos to celebrate Kannada Rajyotsava this year

Published on 31st October 2017

Raj Vishnu: Comedy duo delivers right punch

This remake of the Tamil film Rajini Murugan follows the original faithfully and is a fun watch

Published on 4th August 2017

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