Maverick director Yogaraj Bhat has churned out some of the best youthful films in Kannada film industry. With witty one-liners blended with romantic touch, the filmmaker has earned the status of one of the top directors of Kannada film industry. He is specialised in making a film with meagre budget without a star and making it a blockbuster. Now, the director is ready to cross the borders to make his films reach PAN Indian audience.
Well, Yogaraj Bhat is all set to enter Bollywood. The director has got an offer to direct a film from a leading corporate production house. It may be recalled that he was earlier approached by Boney Kapoor after the hit film Mungaaru Male. But he could not enter Hindi films, as he was busy with other Kannada films. However, he had promised the Hindi producer of coming up to him in future. Now, the time is set for his entry to B-Town.
Speaking to a leading daily, Yogaraj Bhat has admitted that he is venturing into Hindi films. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
Time For Experiments
Yogaraj Bhat has said that it is time for experiments. Like his usual way, the director has kept an unusual title.
Helmet is the name of his Bollywood debut film. It is simultaneously made in Kannada and Hindi.
Shot In Bihar
"I just signed an agreement with a Mumbai-based production house," the Times of India quoted the director as saying. The film will be shoot in and around Bihar.
When Will It Take Off?
However, the director has not revealed further and he would only talk about it when the time is right. We are still unsure whether the film will be starting this year.
Sudeep's Project Takes Backseat
His project with Sudeep has taken a backseat now. The director had announced last month that he would be joining hands with Kiccha. But as they could not find a perfect script, the project has been delayed.