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Ambi to solve crisis

IndiaGlitz [Monday, April 16, 2012]

The crisis of who should come first - Upendra in triple role Godfather or Upendra in first 3D film Katari Veera Sura Sundarangi is the clash between two senior producers K Manju and Munirathna Naidu. The KFCC mediating on this issue and saying first who gets the censor certificate hit the screens was disagreed by producer K Manju. That has resulted in Ambarish to give an amicable answer.

Knowing the release of first 3D film 'Katari Veera Sura Sundarangi' set for release on 27th of this month producer K Manju objected to the release. He says his 'Godfather' should hit the screen first and then Munirathna Naidu film.

Producer K Manju started 'Godfather' well in advance in PC Sriram direction and invested nearly Rs.10 crores on this project. Upendra is in triple role and AR Rehman is the music director. Soundaraya Jayamala, Catherini and Ragini are the heroines of this much expected film of K Manju.

My film is a Summer treat says Munirathna Naidu of 'KVSS'. Munirathna Naidu has spent Rs.15 crores on this mega project in which Upendra, Ramya, Ambarish, Doddanna, Sridhar and others are in the cast. Suresh Krissna is the director V Harikrishna has scored the music. The audio release is on 19th at Gayathri Vihar Palace.

The Kannada Cinema Artists Association Ambarish is intervening on this issue on coming Wednesday to give amicable judgement. Ambarish is a part of 'Katari Veera Sura Sundarangi' is another piquant situation. Upendra super star of Kannada cinema the common person for both the films is also taking part in the meeting.

KVSR completes shoot

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