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'AMBARA' Talkie Over

IndiaGlitz [Wednesday, December 05, 2012]
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In the maiden film of my career as producer the tragedy was not expected and I am happy for the good workaholic team stated producer Anand Raj filled with emotion at the 'Ambara' media meet at Green House Raj Milan on Saturday evening.

Sen Prakash (he has directed Naavika) has completed the talkie and a song recently in Hyderabad. The remaining songs will be shot in Januaary end for this Bhama and hero Yogesh starring cinema. Fight and chase sequences were also completed.

The balance of shoot supposed to take place but on that day tragedy occurred with the drowning one of the team members Sadashivaiah the shooting was packed to Bangalore. The matching scenes of Haridwar were shot in the surroundings of Srirangapatna disclosed actor Yogesh. Yogesh is in two shades in this film as a college student and also as a real estate operator. For the blow he received for his ear at the shooting time Yogesh is developing pains quite often and he is yet to consult an ENT specialist. For the involvement and affection shown by producer Anand Raj of 'Ambara' Yogesh says he is the best producer of his career.

Lovely lady Bhama offered 'Shraddanjali' in her address to Sadashivaiah explained the film is a full commercial. Whatever you ask it is provided in this film in a good format. I play the stylish heroine in this film. It is a pure love story says Bhama who is already known to Kannada audiences from Modhala Sala, Shyloo, Onde Kshanadalli Kannada films. She is a very busy actress in Kannada with nearly four offers on hand.




AMBARA Team in Grief





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