Bollywood and Hollywood stars are already ruling the micro-blogging site Twitter. Now, it"s the turn of the Kannada film stars to tread the same path. The latest tweets from the Kannada stars inform us that actress Ramya is gearing for her trip to Bali, actor Chiranjeevi Sarja is planning to hang out in Java city with his friends and actor, director Sudeep is praying for the success of his latest movie Mr Theertha.
The Kannada film lovers can expect to hear some interesting and latest news from their stars and directors through Twitter now. But, all these celebrities have their own take on Twitter. For Chiranjeevi, it is like an open diary and he can confess everything here. Instantly, he adds, “Not everything exactly but it"s like a diary, where I can update all my information. It took time to get used to tweeting but I have stared enjoying it gradually. Now, I love tweeting with my fans and friends."
These stars also love to follow their favorite actors apart from the fans. For example, Ramya is following the actors Allu Sirish, Dhanush and Dino Morea in Twitter and Sudeep is following Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha, Vivek Oberoi and others.
The debutant actress Risheeka Singh thinks that these sites will help her to build contacts. She added, “Twitter has been helpful for staying in touch with my friends and it has helped me to make contacts in the film industry as I am a newcomer here." Risheeka further added, “I like Twitter because of its non interfering nature. People keep suggesting what kind of movies and roles I should take up, which is a very sweet gesture."
Apart from the actors, there are many Kannada film directors, who have started tweeting recently. Debuntant director Raghuram said that he took up tweeting to promote his first film Cheluveye Ninne Nodalu. The director added, “The site helps to introduce your film due to its highly interactive nature. I can approach all the age groups here."
Other actors like Sri Murali, Sanjjanaa, Nidhi Subbaiah and Sammir Dattani are also tweeting regularly, which shows the trend is going to be a hit in the Kannada film industry too.