Bilinguals, big budgets, art house and Crossover films — 2013 will have a variety of Kannada films seeing the light of day. Keeping the combination of story, cast and crew, Shruti IL gives you Kannada films that cinephiles can look forward to...
Director AMR Ramesh
Cast Kishore, Arjun Sarja, Suresh Oberoi
Synopsis It is a biopic on forest brigand Veerappan. Court cases filed by the dead brigand's wife have delayed the release of the film that has been shot in both Kannada and Tamil.
Tony, Ek Din Ka Sultan
Cast Srinagara Kitty, Aindrita Ray
Synopsis A five-year-old Australian drug case that involved 5000 people forms the basis of this film. It also aims at capturing the various facets of Namma Bengaluru. The film is said to be an amalgamation of crime and philosophy.
Cast Chetan, Nithya Menon
Synopsis This film is said to be based on a true story narrated by a famous Bangalore based cop. Going by the trailers and Nagshekar's reputation of churning out heart wrenching love stories, Sanju Weds Geetha being a recent example, this too promises to be a winner.
Cast Shivarajkumar, Radhika Pandit
Synopsis The film that brings together Shivarajkumar and Radhika for the first time together onscreen is rumoured to be the story of a rowdy trying to set his life right. But will the society allow him to turn into a new leaf?
Director Girish Kasaravalli
Cast Shikaripura Krishnamurthy and Jayanthi
Synopsis It’s about a man who unknowingly imbibes the qualities of Mahatma Gandhi after he essays his character in a television show. The film that has so far been screened only in international festivals has won the national award.
Cast Bullet Prakash, Shrunga, Shravanth, Shuba Punja
Synopsis Director Chaitanya intends to shed his serious film maker image with this comic caper. The film has three youngsters as its protagonists and is essentially a coming-of-age story.
Director MG Srinivas
Cast Upendra, Bhavana
Synopsis With Uppi contributing to its dialogues, screenplay and script, this film will surely leave the actor’s fans impressed. The film is a political satire that deals with the issue of black money. This is MG Srinivas's debut directorial and Sandalwood perceives him as a talent to watch out for.