The shooting and dubbing of Anaji Nagaraj's Snehaanaa Preethinaa has been completed. Now the film's re recording work is in progress. Since a press meet was not organized at all after the initial press meet announcing the film, producer Anaji Nagaraj had organised one to brief the press about the progress of the film.
The film's leading actors and crew - Darshan, Audithya, director Sahuji Shinde and dance director Thribhuvan - were present at the press conference. Anaji said that his confidence was now boosted after watching edited portions of the movie. He said that watching the dubbing of the film being done put a little more confidence in him.
He said, "There is a great screen chemistry between Darshan and Audithya which is obvious on the screen. Both of them have been friends from a long time and this fact has been to our advantage. Sahuji Shinde has shown lot of commitment towards his role in making the film, which his first Kannada film. We are completely satisfied with his efforts shooting the film' said Anaji Nagaraj.
Director Sahuji Shinde said that he had Darshan and Audithya's full cooperation while shooting the film. He said that they both acted exceptionally well in the film. "It is full length comedy film. Producer Anaji Nagaraj has given me everything that I had asked for. The film is huge production and we have spent a fortune on songs in the film. Two songs of the film have been shot abroad. I did not think my first Kannada film will have such smooth sailing', said Shinde.
Lead actor Darshan said that Snehaanaa Preethinaa will be a big film. He also mentioned that Anaji Nagaraj has not spared any efforts to make it a huge production. Darshan said, We started shooting for the film with the shooting of the songs, which we shot abroad. The last scene shot was an item song shot in Bangkok. Anaji has produced the film with lot of passion'.
Audithya said that the film is a wholesome family entertainer and it will not have any artist using the sword or sickle. It has a story that revolves around love and friendship', said Audithya.