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Preetiye Devaru All Set

IndiaGlitz [Monday, July 15, 2013]
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Here is another example for fascination! Multi talented personality Anil Annaiah all set for launch of his first Kannada film with the title 'Preetiye Devaru' that is written in the handwriting of icon of Kannada cinema Dr Rajakumar 24 years ago on 18th March 1989.

The words 'Preetiye Devaru' is such a fine quotation from Dr Rajakumar when he was in Hubli for an autograph. Anil Annaiah preserved it like a treasure and recently thought of a fine concept for it. The words he had written is now kept for the title and the banner is also prepared accordingly says Anil Annaiah.

For 'Preetiye Devaru' Anil Annaiah has prepared the concept and is at the final stages of selection of star cast. He is going global with this film title. The concept holds the vision of sharing new life.

Popular actor in Kannada (starting as villain in Kanti Kannada cinema) Kishor growing heaps and bounds today in South Indian language films plays the lead role. He is in the role of an environmental engineer in the film. This film will be multi lingual. First it will be made in Kannada and then in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam says Anil Annaiah.

Brand Radianz is presenting this film to the silver screen. Anil Annaiah has written, directed five films in six languages - Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, Bengali, Oriya and Assamese (Muskan Ankhein, Lakshmi, Bandhan, Poison's). His documentary on Autism won international award and that was on a social issue in 2011. He is the author of the book ''Nobody Speaks to (Me) and also an acclaimed photographer.




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