"The songs would be the major highlight of the film, besides Upendra sir's dialogues. Upendra has taken lot of interest in the picturisation of songs and allotted more dates for it. The songs which were shot in sets and in Kashmir, took nearly 22 days and we have also shot the two songs in China for nearly 12 days. Upendra's involvement in the whole project has made things easy for us," said Ramanath Rugvedhi. He said that the film has five heroines, six songs and will feature Upendra in seven different get ups.
The producer of the film said that he had spent a lot on picturising of the songs and did not worry on the budgetary constraints or the range of business that the film was expected to do. "These things did not come to my mind because I thought we have to make movies which could compete with the big budget projects of non Kannada films. It is made in a new style. Already we have finished the DTS work. It is a big budget film and each of the character is portrayed in different type of songs. I don't make an empty boast, but the film will be a different one. And there are lots of catchy dialogues in the film. We have taken lot of care in picturising these songs. The audio has been released by the Junglee audio a few days ago to a wonderful response. And there has been repeat orders within a few days of the audio release," said Mohan.