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  • Aatagara Celebrity Show

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    A special show of the Kannada film Aatagara which is nearing 50 days of screening was held in Orion Mall on Sunday morning. Those who watched the film include former Lokayukta Santhosh Hegde, former city police commissioner and MP Sangliyana, Sugata Srinivas and Vishweshwar Bhat, Vani Ganapathi, Mayuri and others.


    They appreciated the film and praised the film makers and actors. The KM Chaitanya film which has a huge star cast is one of the most appreciated films in Sandalwood this year.


    Speaking to chitraloka Yogish Dwarkish told an interesting news. Santhosh Hegde last went to Theater to watch the movie was in 1969.


  • Aatagara Readying for Final Song

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    KM Chaitanya directed Aatagara has completed shooting except for a song sequence. The film pairs Chirnjeevi Sarja and Meghana Raj for the first time and is said to be a unique attempt with 10 main protagonists. The remaining song for the film will be shot in the second-third week of April and Chaitanya is scouting for locations currently.

    Aatagara is Dwaraksih Films' 49th film. One of the biggest production houses in Kannada started production with Mayor Muttanna in the 1960s and introduced the legendary Siddalingaiah as director. The ace director passed away last month.

    Aatagara in the meantime has generated a lot of curiosity among the audience who are expecting a different kind of thriller. The film also stars Parul Yadav, Dwarkish and others. Movie has been shot in Goa and Karwar. The team is waiting for the release of the audio of Sudeep's Ranna before they launch their album.

  • Chaitanya Producing For Small Screen

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    Director Chaitanya who is looking forward for the release of his latest film 'Aatagara' is all set to make a comeback to small screen. Chaitanya will be producing a serial called 'Preethi Endarenu' which is all set to be launched on the 25th of May. The serial will be screened in Suvarna at 6.30 PM from Monday to Friday.

    This is not the first time that Chaitanya is on a for small screen. He made his debut in small screen with Umashri's 'Kichchu' and went on to direct serials like 'Mugilu' and 'Ondanondu Kaldalli'. After a small gap Chaitanya is back to directing serials once again.

    The serial stars Shrunga and Jahnavi. Earlier, the duo was paired opposite each other in Chaitanya's 'Parari'. Now they are paired once again in 'Preethi Endarenu'.

  • Dr Shivamurthy Murugha Sharanaru Watches Aatagara

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    Dr Shivamurthy Murugha Sharanaru of Muruga Mutt Chitradurga watched 'Aatagara' at the Renukamba Preview Theater in Bangalore. This is the first time that Dr Shivamurthy Murugha Sharanaru has watched film in public and a special show was organised for him.

    'Aatagara' is the 49th film produced by Dwarkish under his Dwarkish Chitra Banner and was released earlier this month. The film is running to packed houses.

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  • Dwarkish's 50th Film is Chauka

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    Producer Dwarkish who is looking forward for the release of his 49th film 'Aatagara' has silently started work on his 50th film. The film has been titled as 'Chauka' and will be launched in the month of August.

    'Chauka' is a multi starrer film with Prem, Prajwal, Diganth and Chiranjeevi Sarja playing prominent roles in the film. Sudeep is said to be playing a guest appearance in this film. The search for other star cast and technicians is on and is likely to be finalised soon.

    Another highlight of the film is Tarun Sudhir brother of actor-director Nandakishore is all set to be make his debut as a director through this film.

  • Have Lost Interest in Everything - Dwarkish

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    Veteran actor-director Dwarkish appeared before the media after a gap of about two years. The reason he says for not being seen in the last few months is wife's illness. 'My wife Ambuja is not well the past few months and this has made me lose interest in everything. I usually don't go anywhere these days and after a long gap I watched 'Baahubali' today due to the insistence of my son Yogi' says Dwarkish.


    When asked about how he spends his time, 'I live on the yesteryear memories now. I have made a lot of mistakes in my hey days and sometimes I feel silly doing such mistakes' says Dwarkish.


  • Tamil Director Ends Aatagara Controversy - Exclusive

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    Tamil film director Thakkali Srinivasan has put an end to the controversy surrounding the Kannada film Aatagara. The KM Chaitanya directed Aatagara was accused of being a remake of the Tamil film Aduthathu directed by Srinivasan. Srinivasan watched the Kannada film in Bengaluru on Tuesday and has clarified that it is not a remake of his film. Srinivasan praised Aatagara of being an extremely well made film. 

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    He has said that he had made a serial inspired from Agatha Christe's novel And Then There Were None in 1995. Later he made the film Aduthathu inspired by the same. For both these Kannan Parameshwaran worked on the story. Kannan also wrote the story for Aatagara inspired by the same novel. So anything similar is to the novel and not his film, Srinivasan has said.

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    Aatagara Movie Review 



  • Varamahalakshmi Sentiment For Aatagara - Exclusive

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    Dwarakish Chitra is banking on the Varamahalakshmi festival sentiment for its new film Aatagara. The KM Chaitanya-directed film is ready for release and would have been released a week or two ago. But the film makers held it back so that it could be released on August 28.

    The reason for this being that Dwarakish Chitra's comeback film in 2004 was Apthamitra that released on Varamahalakshmi festival that year. Producer Yogish wants to therefore release Aatagara on the same festival. It is only a sentimental issue and the success of the film will ultimately depend on the how people accept it. I am more than confident about the content and its appeal," he says.

    Aatagara has 10 actors with equal screen space and disregards the idea of a lead pair though Chiranjeevi Sarja and Meghana Raj are in a sense the traditional 'lead actors'. 

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