The minimum guarantee hero of Kannada cinema Jaggesh also a sitting MLC and politician of BJP government holding the Vice President of KSRTC position is always steady and ready in tinsel town.
He has a major agenda to introduce the percentage system that he is discussing at the executive council meeting at Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce. In case this principle of percentage system prevalent in Kerala helping the producers - prevalent in PVR, Inox and Multiplexes - is not introduced to the regular theatres in Karnataka I would resign from my position of executive council member of KFCC says Jaggesh.
There is no point in sitting just for the sake of meeting. New policies that benefit the producer should only happen from KFCC. I am confident to bring some changes disclose Jaggesh after the formal briefing of his new film at Green House Raj Milan.
As a policy Jaggesh has made it a point to take the young talents with him in at least four films. This is what he has done in the cast of cameraman Ashok Raman and music director Vinay Chandra.
Jaggesh new principle is that films of him should make money and how to produce cinema he would guide from his experience here afterwards. I would not give up and allow any producer of mine to mess up the things says Jaggesh.
Jaggesh new film 'Manjunatha BA LLB' is a remake of Malayalam film 'Hello'.