The brilliance of actor cum director Ramesh Aravind is increasing for 'Nam Anna Don'. For the first time in Indian cinema 'Flash Mob' was organized at Malleswaram Mantri Square on Saturday evening to capture the live moments. 50 plus children trained in dance by Malu Srinivas with their respective parents were only told for this final portion of song shoot by Lav Kush Productions Ravi Joshi.
As the children and parents were at first floor here and there at the dot of 5 pm the song bit created lively moments and the entry of Ramesh Aravind Mona Parvaresh was more electrifying. The massive crowd at this time also took part for the Jumbalaka Jumbalaka....song composed by Mathew Manu.
Ramesh Aravind and team captured this song from morning till evening at various floors of Mantri Mall. Later addressing the media on the 4th floor of Mantri Mall Ramesh Aravind with actress Mona Parveresh, child actor Risha, producer Ravi Joshi informed that the film 'Nam Anna Don' is going before the censor board for clearance very soon.
The travel with 'Nam Anna Don' Ramesh Aravind took up at Gulbarga, Badami, Mangalore, Hassan, Channarayapatna given too good response. Whether it pays in this film or his forthcoming films will be known later. I wanted to meet the people in all corners. That has happened in the 25 years of my career informed Ramesh Aravind.
The Bluetooth transmitter wherever Ramesh Aravind went was another clicking point. Thousands of people in every place got the posters and trailer of the film 'Nam Anna Don' on their mobile phones. The Airtel chat that received over one lakh names Ramesh Aravind explained he could talk to only 250 of the list. The latest system of technology is best used in 'Nam Anna Don' that goes with the slogan 'Service First Money Next'. The 20 plus children faced camera for the first time with me were so good for the film. The emphasis as heart specialist I have made in this film is that a 'PM and Common Man' are equal while extending health measures added Ramesh Aravind.