Filmi Fundas

Filmi Fundas

Filmi Fundas

Excited : Radhika Pandit‘I will do justice to my part’

Sometime ago, Metrolife had reported that Puneeth Rajkumar will be seen in a multi-starrer under his home-banner Vajreshwari Combines along with Yogish and Srinagar Kitty.  But there was the curiosity as to who the heroine would be. One of the names that made the rounds was that of Radhika Pandit.

At the recent mahurat of the film, it became official that it was Radhika who has been selected to share screen space with the Power Star.  “I didn’t want to make any statements till things were confirmed,” says Radhika and adds, “It’s an amazing opportunity, the script is really good, the actors are great and I have always wanted to work with this production house.”

One has seen this production house launching new faces or heroines from other languages into the Kannada industry. It’s after a long gap that it has taken local talent.
“That is true but it only makes me happy that they have recognised my work. I have faith that I will be able to do justice to my part,” she says.

The film, being a re-make of the hit Tamil film Nadodigal, Radhika says that she will be playing the role of a bubbly girl.  “This is my first remake film. But I don’t mind because I am going to bring in my own touch to the role and follow my director’s instructions,” says Radhika who will be seen in a total traditional look. With the shoot for the film on in the City, Radhika is all set to do a balancing act.

Why? “The shoot of my other film Adhoori will also start and I have to manage both. But I have scheduled my shoots in such a way that nothing will overlap,” she says.

 “This is my first remake film. But I don’t mind because I am going to bring in my own touch to the role and follow my director’s instructions.” Radhika

Content : DharmaGoing commercial
The young Navagraha actor Dharma Keerthiraj, son of veteran artiste Keerthiraj, was more than satisfied with his performance as the solo hero in Olave Vismaya.

But his well-wishers wanted to see him in more action-oriented roles.  “After the release of Olave Vismaya, there were lot of people who came up and appreciated my role but many said they were expecting me in a more ‘commercial’ look with fights and dances,” he adds.

Recently, there was the news of the actor signing on a film called Rama Sethu but the actor clearly denied it.

“Right now I want to concentrate on fine-tuning my fighting and dancing skills. I don’t want to disappoint my fans and next time, they can see me in a total commercial film,” he signs off.