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Happy days are here again for Kannada film industry's perfect timing artist Jaggesh. He has now come back with a bang to once again entertain a legion of his fans with his cranks and well intended punch dialogues.
Films like Mata and Honeymoon Express released this year have provided ample proof that the actor has not lost touch with his superb timing and extremely likeable dialogue deliver. Two more films Pandavaru and Tenali Rama in which Jaggesh is seen with a number of other heroes are expected to showcase his talents again.
Now, the news is that Jaggesh is the Krishnegowda in S.V.Rajendra Singh Babu directed Krishnegowdana Aane which is based on the novel of the same name written by noted Kannada literary personality Dr. Purnachandra Tejaswi which created waves in literary circles when it was serialized in a tabloid periodical.
Babu is planning to shoot the film in Theerthahalli and has already scouted the locations for the film. Babu has already shot his award winning film Mungarina Minchu in Theerthahalli earlier when there were copious rains in the Malnad region. Now, Babu is planning to shoot this new film when the Rain has been subsided and is hoping to start the shooting of the film on September 10. A.Mohan who had earlier produced Mohini 9886788888 along with Babu is the producer of this film. The film will have Hamsalekha as the music director.
Babu plans to finish the shooting of the film in one schedule. A big elephant has already been spotted in Shimoga to be part of this film. Jaggesh and the elephant combination is expected to create laughing zones in the theatres around the state.