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'Colors in Bangalore' Ready

IndiaGlitz [Wednesday, November 20, 2013]
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A Mumbai Kannadiga working for several years in the visual media Girish Srivatsav is trying his luck this week in the release of his debut Kannada film 'Colors in Bangalore'.

With U/A certificate for the film Girish Srivatsa is focusing on Love, cyber crime, issue less couples, adult friend finding, living together etc in his first attempt. The ultra modern society happening is part of this film. The metro life he is discussing with dose of comedy from Mimicry Dayanand and Mico Manjunath.

Dayanand well known comedy artists and stage performer says the film is a complete only when it is watched by people. This film is based on 20 minute development. It goes behind a crime and a cop will be important in the flow of the film.

Mico Manjunath once in big screen now popular in small screen has done a comedy role in this film. He says he is not out from cinema. You could call me anytime he addresses to the industry. For the good environment set for the film 'Colors in Bangalore' Mico Manjujath thanked director Girish Srivatsav. It is a quite different role for me. There is no comparison to my costume and role in the film he says.

Cameraman Santosh Kumar has tried chromo techniques for the film and he says it is a good cinema. Supriya says there is not a dull moment in the film. Upasana is very firm on the good qualities of the film.




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