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We have two most expected films - Mukunda Murari and Santhu Straight Forward hitting screens next week (Oct 28). Nataraja Service, which was supposed to release this week was postponed to November, due to unavailability of theaters.
This week, we have two releases - Rama Rama Re and Seetha Nadi. Out of this Rama Rama Re has been making news for its good trailer and fantastic music. Also, the celebrities are giving it the much required push on social media, which is helping in creating a decent buzz for the film.
Rama Rama Re is directed by Sathyaprakash, who had the directed short film Jayanagar 4th Block, starring Dhananjaya. He produced the film along with his friends, when no producer came forward to support this unique attempt.
The movie has K. Jayaram, Nataraj S. Bhat, Dharmanna Kadur, Sridher, Bimbashri, Neenasam, Radha Ramachandra, Priya and M.K Mutt playing important roles. The film is all about a youngster who escapes from jail and how he comes across different facets of life along his journey.
NM Entertainment which released Jaggu Dada is releasing this film throughout the state. The team has managed to get decent screens in major centers and theater count would reach 40, by Friday.
Another release SeethaNadi is an offbeat film as well. This is based on the true story of a family, who lived across Seetha Nadi. The film is directed by debutant K Sharath.
Vishnu Vallabha, Shreya, Honnavalli Krishna, Kuldeep are playing important roles in the movie. The makers are finding it difficult to get good number of screens for the release with previous week releases doing well.
As always, let's wish good luck for both the releases and hope audience embrace honest attempts like Rama Rama Re, which makes way for many such films.