Film: ONDU MOTTEYA KATHE
Director: Raj B. Shetty
An introvert Kannada lecturer becomes engulfed in a situation of trouble and desperation after learning that he must get married within a year. His search for a bride leads him on a journey of self-discovery.
Director: Santhosh Ananddram
An honest man overcomes various obstacles while trying to retain the purity of his character and fulfilling the duties towards his family.
Film: HEBBET RAMAKKA
Director: N. R. Nanjundegowda
Directed by N. R. Nanjundegowda, this drama has been jointly produced by SA Puttaraju and Smt. Kavitha Raj under the Saviraj Cinemas production banner. Poornachandra Tejaswi has scored the music for this film. Tara and Devraj have played the main lead roles in this film.
Director: B. M. Giriraj
Nowadays, everybody is more conscious about the waste management directly or indirectly. But have you ever thought what happens with the lives of the people associated with manual labour and why only these people who are considered the lower class take up these odd jobs? They generally are people from North Karnataka, Teluguites, or Tamilians. Even today, these manual labourers lose their lives everyday due to lack of adequate safety equipment and medication, which cost us a few hundreds of rupees. It is an ironic sin, that too in this technological age, where we boast ourselves of Make in India, the Mars Mission, numerous startups that develop apps for almost everything, but on the darker side, these manual labourers still get buried beneath us, unnoticed. Sadly, we are living in the paradise of illusions, Amaravati.