In the name of son

hit combination Puneet with Yogish.

I waited for him till now. But when a good script came along, I knew I had to make this film,” Siddaraju told scribes at the Kanteerava Studio. In attendance were Suri, Raghavendra Rajkumar and Puneet Rajkumar, who had come to wish all success for Loose Mada, much to Yogish’s delight.

The director is Ramesh Bhagavat, who, for close to 17 years was Ramesh Rao, acting in small roles and assisting directors B Ramamurthy and V Manohar. Siddaraju faced a barrage of questions regarding Praneeta Subhash, the film’s heroine and Nana Patekar’s remuneration, but answered them all with a smile. “We are yet to finalise a heroine. We have not confirmed Praneeta as the heroine yet. Once we do, you will all know.” As for Nana getting paid in crores, Siddaraju emphatically shook his head and said it was only a rumour. “Nana who plays the heroine’s father will match steps with Yogish in a song, is all I can say,” he said. Yogish was happy with the script and maintained that the film would get him a new image. According to the director, Yaksha will attract all age groups — Yakshagana, Hulivesha, magic etc. Composer Anoop Seelin was also happy that he was given full freedom in making Yaksha’s music. He has composed five tunes for the film. Soon-to-be groom Chandrashekhar is Yaksha’s cinematographer. Yaksha is all set to go on floors on November 18.

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