Puneet Rajkumar is ready with his second release of the year. His forthcoming film Yaare Koogadali is all set to hit the screens this Thursday (December 20). The movie is gearing up for a big release and the screen count has crossed the 100 mark.
After missing out an opportunity to direct Puneet Rajkumar in Hudugaru, which was the remake of Tamil film Nadodigal, the Raj Kumar home production did not miss this time to bring Samuthirakani on board to helm Yaare Koogadali, which is the remake of Porali directed by Samuthirakani himself.
The makers of the film considered quite a few titles before finalising the title as Yaare Koogadali, which is picked up from the popular track of Rajkumar's yesteryear song from Sampathige Saval. The title of the film was suggested by Guruprasad, who has penned dialogues, of Mata fame.
Yaare Koogadali was launched grandly on June 13 in a grand manner. The function was attended by Shivaraj Kumar, Raghavendra Rajkumar, Yogish, Parvathamma Rajkumar, directors Suri, Madesh, producers Rockline Venkatesh, K Manju and others.
The shooting of the film was officially started on June 13 and the filming was wrapped up in a rapid speed. Samuthirakani's shooting went according to the plans. As a result, the product is ready in the current year itself. Continue reading on the slideshow...
Yaare Koogadali is a remake of Tamil movie Porali. Produced by Raghavendra Rajkumar, the movie also features Yogish, Bhavana and Sindhu Lokanath in the lead roles.
Yaare Koogadali has five songs composed by V Harikrishna, and Nagendra Prasad and Yogaraj Bhat have penned the lyrics.
One of the attractions of Yaare Koogadali is the item song 'Hello 123 mike testing...' written by Yogaraj Bhat. However, the strength of the film is the story and screenplay penned by Samuthirakani himself.
Sukumar, whose last week Tamil release Kumki has won a lot of praise for him, has handled the camera. In the trailer, we can witness his brilliance in the cinematography department.
The satellite rights of the film have been acquired by a television channel for a good price and the distribution rights have also fetched a fancy amount for the makers of the film.