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Nenapirali and Jothe Jotheyalli hero Prem is the most sought out actor in the Kannada film industry. The hot and happening hero seems to have acquired a large number of film fans, particularly young teen aged females. According to producer Paramesh who is now producing the film Pallakki with Prem says that the most difficult part of the whole shooting is to control the teen aged fans of Prem who throng at the outdoor spots where he is shooting. Even director Narendra Babu who had earlier directed, "Oh, Gulaabi' for the same producer feels the same thing.
This was disclosed by the team of Pallakki in the press conference organised on last Saturday by the film unit to give details about the progress of the film. The film has already completed 27 days of its shooting so far and has completed the shooting sequence of one song and major portions of the talkie. "We are yet to take up shooting for songs and fight sequences' said a happy Parmesh who for a moment was free from his tension filled face. The other partner of the film Prem is always smiling and keeps away from talking.
Parmesh said that he had always been wondering why Kannada films are not taken seriously by our own people who have this habit of appreciating the non Kannada films. 'I want this attitude to change and I thought that the best way to change this perception is to make films with high quality. This work is the stepping stone in that direction' says Parmesh.
Narendra Babu the director was ecstatic when he described the journey of the film so far. He was particularly happy about the work of the cameraman Mahesh Talkad who had his training from Mumbai and has been working for the first time in a Kannada film. The entire unit is in a mood to create a very good film and the producers are not sparing any efforts to make it a great venture' said Narendra Babu.
Prem said that he is happy to be the part of this venture which is a different type of love story. He hoped that this film would also be liked by the film fans who have supported him in both of his ventures.
The heroine was also present. The girl from Punjab said that this was her first film and she has been receiving good support from the producer and director of the film.
Guru Kiran came a bit late to the function and said that the producers are giving him enough time to compose some very good songs for the film.