Udupi: Kannada movie ‘Ayra’ to be screened in Feb


Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (HB)

Udupi, Jan 14: Shooting for Om Sai Production’s Kannada movie ‘Ayra’ was held at Chitralaya gallery of the city on Monday, January 13.

Speaking to the media, director of the movie, Sachin Bada said, “It is the life story of an artiste and what is in real life. We have tried to explore this subject in the cinema. Udupi’s famous artist Venki Palimaru is the inspiration for us. Most of shooting is doing in home atmosphere. Ayra is an Arabic word, which means fresh element. The name of the leading female actress in the movie itself is Ayra. This is my second movie after Bhuthah kala.”





Padubidri-based film actor, Ramesh Nayak said, “We have tried to convey the real life story of an artiste. The film story reveals love, affection, including commercial elements. 80% of the shooting is completed and was held at Udupi, Kaup, Palimaru and many other places. It is a fresh team. There is no particular producer for this movie. It is a collective effort. Since a year, we are preparing for this move. Each one is putting his sincere effort and talent. The film will be released by six months, once the post production work is over. In this movie, the main theme is what is suitable for Indian culture and logical answer for the same.”

Actress Sanjana, said, “I do not have acting knowledge but the director has trained me. Everything is going on well. All are supportive in the team. I hope for the best.”

The total budget of the movie is Rs two crore.

Comedian Bhatralli Dhananjay, cameraman Shivraj and others were present.

  

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