Kannada film industry has been infatuated by Bollywood so much so that Kannada singer Anuradha Bhat's name was ignored on the cover Savaari (Savari) audio CDs and cassettes. Instead of Anuradha Bhat's name, Bollywood singer Shreya Ghoshal's name was printed on it. It is said that Kannada native singers are often being ignored by Kannada film industry and this is a small example for the same.
'Marali Mareyagi....' is a very popular song in recently released movie Savaari. This song is in two forms. One form was sung by Sadhana Sargam and another was sung by Anuradha Bhat. But Sadhana Sargam and Shreya Ghoshal's names were printed and Anuradha's name was ignored.
Shreya Ghoshal has not sung even one song in the movie Savaari and printing her name on the cover of audio CDs and Cassettes has raised the eyebrows of many and lead to many speculations. Savaari music director Manikanth Kadri has blamed Ananda Audios for the blunder. He said, "My name was also printed wrongly in the first print. Despiting bring it to the notice of Ananda Audios, it has not been corrected in the second print."
Mohan Chabria of Ananda Audios is already facing many issue for bringing Bollywood singers in Kannada films. Now he has created another issue by printing Shreya Ghoshal's name in the place of Anuradha Bhat. When asked about the issue, he said that he had asked the producer about the second singer. They had told Shreya Ghoshal's name. He further said, "When I listened the song, I felt that it was not Shreya's voice. I asked the producer again for which he replied me by messaging her name over mobile. Now I have come to know about it. I will get it corrected in the next print."