Aramane had a good time in the box office running for 100 days but the director and the actor are not satisfied. They believe that the film could have been made better and that's when they decided to make Murali Mohana. Interestingly, it was Ganesh's wife Shilpa who first came up with the idea. She suggested that since people love to have a hearty laugh, they should be making comedies rather than tearjerkers. From then on, the ride was smooth with Ganesh agreeing to produce and willing to spend any amount of money. The budget of the film is Rs.6 crores including Ganesh's fee as hero.
Ganesh is going through a lean patch right now with two films, Bombaat and Sangama, not doing well but Nagasekhar is not nervous. Ganesh has given seven hits, so two flops should not be counted, according to him.
After delivering several hits in his career, Golden star Ganesh takes a huge turn to foray into film production. Murali Mohana... Wanted Girls, his first film as a producer, will be directed by long-time friend Nagashekhar, director of Ganesh's Aramane.