Power star Puneeth Rajkumar, beautiful looking Parvathi (of Malayalam films Note Book, Out of Syllabus and Vinodha Yathra) and reputed young director Prakash (of Kushi, Rishi and Sri) - all of their names start from letter 'P' have teamed up in 'Milana' that went on the floors on Thursday morning at Dodda Ganapathi Devasthana at Basavanagudi in Bangalore. Hat trick hero superstar Shivarajkumar sounded the clap board for his younger brother Puneeth Rajkumar's 8 th film in Kannada. Politician B.K.Hariprasad switched on the camera for the maiden shot captured by cameraman Krishnakumar. Dushyanth Singh who made 'Sri' and 'Monalisa' is producing this film with Jai Matha Combines. Mano Murthy the super hit music director of Kannada cinema today is scoring music for six songs. Ram Shetty handles the stunts. Story and Screenplay is written by Prakash and M.S.Abisekh.
When life is a closed chapter, then the life begin for hero - is the crux of the film said young and vibrant director Prakash who is directing the love story for the first time. Puneeth Rajkumar plays Radio Jockey in this film. There is very good share of sentiment,action, romance and comedy in this film added Prakash a cousin of Puneeth Rajkumar. For the present generation there will be right elements. You could make out from the title that is written on the jeans cloth explained the intelligent director Prakash. The caption given under the title 'Milana' is 'the colors of love'. Audience would see different shades of love in the film added Prakash.
Although Prakash is my cousin on the sets he is my director. We have discussed about this film in detail to make it a pukka commercial film. This is the film launching in my life after the demise of my father Dr.Rajkumar. The role what I am doing will be definitely liked by fans and film goers opined Puneeth.
Actress Parvathi of Malayalam films like Note Book, Out of Syllabus and Vinodha Yathra an anchor in Kirana music channel in Tiruvananthapuram is happy with the atmosphere and the team with which she is working. A literature student and a Bharatanatyam dancer Parvathi T.K. likes the meaty roles that is challenging and what she is not in real life. She thanks the small screen for giving good push in her life.