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JG Krishna Emotional

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, April 16, 2013]

One of the senior most technicians of Kannada cinema industry JG Krishna at the pre release media briefing of his 'Gajendra' direction and cinematography besides partnership turned emotional. He collected tears when he remembered late Shanker Nag who died 23 years ago.

It was the last shot in the life of Shanker Nag that JG Krishna captured in his camera on 29th September 1990 but next day morning he had to take the picture of dead Shanker Nag from his camera. It is the hard work one has to do is what I learnt from late Shanker Nag. JG Krishna remained silent for a few seconds wiping his tears.

On the commitment shown during the shooting of 'Gajendra' Vinod Prabhakar reminded him of Kichcha Sudeep. In a stick fight of 120 persons and Vinod Prabhakar he received a blow to his right side of the eye. After many stitches Vinod Prabhakar came to complete the shoot. Similarly in my career as cameraman Kichcha Sudeep even after receiving a hit from the sword in 'Maharaja' Kannada cinema stayed back to complete the rain effect shot. Krishna profusely thanks such committed actors.

JG Krishna 'Gajendra' is hitting the silver screen in over 120 theatres from Arya Mourya distributor. Vinod Prabhakar has Daisy Shah as counterpart.

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