Lord Shiva is remembered in the morning when we get up and when we go to sleep! So why not make a film on the miracles of almighty says producer of Kannada film Basavaraj Hiremath addressing the media after completion of the film.
The miracle happening since 2000 years (there is enough of proof in the pages of history) is the part of this mythological cinema 'Sri Amareshwara Mahatme'. The first half is with incidents but second half is filled with miracles. Basavaraj Hiremath in the agriculture and also in corporate field has no qualms for getting back Rs.2 crores spent on his film. 'Lord Shiva is there to protect us' be believes strongly.
There are several messages tucked in this film and we need to believe past history says Basavaraj Hiremath. We have exhibitors waiting for the release is another confidence of the producer on returns from this film.
In the industry since twenty years doing work in the direction department this is the second direction of Aravind Mulgol. We have used the language that suit the mythological contents of this film. The film has fifty percent of CG work he says.
A student of Jain College in Bangalore Ujwala alias Pavithra Belliappa takes a different route compared to her age group. She is in a mythological film in her debut. Learning acting on the sets is the rich experience I gained she says.
A veteran in the field of cinema also producer actor Abijith has become very selective after his home production. He has three get ups and it goes up to 70 years of age for him. Abhijit has been guiding force for this film with his experience in production.
This film is all set for release in April 2013.