The flow of talent from one part of this subcontinent to other is seen much in filmdom. While Telugu writers and technicians are in to Kannada here is another example of Kannada talent going to Hindi cinema.
Working with ETV Kannada, KCVenugopal director of yet to release 'Ee Bhoomi Aa Bhanu' starring Ajit and Sharanya is the director of this big budget Hindi cinema 'Bhagawathi' of GWD Company.
Venugopal is heading the megaphone for 600 years old backdrop script provided by Chandru another Kannadiga who is lecturer in Seshadripuram College. There will be forty minutes of graphics according to Venugopal. He has plans to shoot some of the portions in Karnataka with the main backdrop being Ujjain for this Hindi cinema. Nana Bhai is supporting director for him in this film. It is a re-incarnation subject and revolves around a heroine birth and rebirth in 'Bhagavathi'.
P Rajan known for his expertise in cinematography in Kannada cinemas has worked for ad films in the last 15 years in Mumbai is heading camera division.
Writer from television to big screen Chandru says he has not copied anything from any film. It is my imagination story and nowhere was it found so far. After my 'Pournami' television serial Telugu film 'Arundhati' came in big way with the same subject he emphasized.
With roots in Bidar district Ismail Mohammad Khan of Mumbai GWD is up to make a Hindi cinema 'Bhagawati' with Sandalwood talent. Venugopal as director, P Rajan as cameraman, Chandru as story writer and a few more are in the team of this Rs.50 crores re-incarnation film of Khan that is floating on 31st December night in Bangalore.