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Desi Love in 'LIM'

IndiaGlitz [Monday, October 21, 2013]

A talented lyricist, well qualified academically and sober in his approach Arasu Anthare makes a leap in to film direction for his script via 'Love in Mandya' - a Mandaite director has picked the popular actor today Ninasam Satish and Sindhu Lokanath for lead roles. The film commenced shooting a few days ago in Bangalore. Fifty percent of shoot will be held in Mandya - land of Sugarcane. The next portion is a travel that goes up to Chennai.

Arasu Anthare a quiet and disciplined in his approach has chalked out 60 days schedule for start to finish. Writing lyrics from 'Pritse Pritse' time and penning for his best friend music director Anoop Seelin compositions Arasu Anthare says the film is a love story but narration and dialogue pattern is what audience friendly.

Reaching a stable position as an actor from the recent hit 'Lucia' Ninasam Satish is again in 'Mandya' accent of Kannada. He was apprehensive in the beginning but later decided to come in the 'Mandya' accent as long as people accept me he says. He is in the role of a cable connector in 'Love in Mandya' but connects himself to the heart of female counterpart Sindhu Lokanath.

A pretty actress with natural flow in her roles Sindhu Lokanath plays educated Gowdru daughter who is caught up with cable operator.

It was an emotional address from talented and proved, state award music director Anoop Seelin. That's because he had seen Arasu Anthare from the beginning days and the struggle he underwent. He needs ultimate support and he has that qualification recommends Anoop Seelin. I have the hunger to give best from my friend and also the usual hunger to fill his stomach he informed.

Another brilliant cameraman Sugnan  is of the opinion that for director Arasu life is major part of the cinema. His preparation for 'Love in Mandya' is so good that it is just execution level he adds.

A few minutes of promo on 'Love' from the common man point of view was screened before the media address. Some of them looked very funny and a few showed the immense level of 'Love' in common people.

Cinema is My Passion Uday K Mehta

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