While the shooting of this film is currently in progress, there are reports that it would hit the silver screens on January 19, 2018.

Chiranjeevi Sarja steps in as hero for Dwarkishs Amma I Love You
Flix Entertainment Monday, November 06, 2017 - 16:25

The 51st production venture of Dwarakish Productions was announced at the Bengaluru residence of actor, producer and director Dwarakish on his 75th birthday amidst much fanfare some months ago. Reports are that the film will be the Kannada remake of the Tamil hit film Pichaikaran which had Vijay Anthony playing the lead role. It was also announced that reprising his role in the Kannada remake would be Ishan, who made his debut in the bilingual Rogue. However, there seems to be a change in the hero with Chiranjeevi Sarja stepping in.

While the shooting of this film is currently in progress, there are reports that it would hit the silver screens on January 19, 2018. The film’s executive producer Yogish Dwarakish, on its release strategy, said that their goal is to wrap up the shooting within three and half months and this will be achieved at any cost.

Titled as Amma I Love You, the film will be helmed by director KM Chaitanya. Chiranjeevi Sarja, Sithara, Prakash Belawadi, Kari Subbu and Natana Prakash will be a part of the star cast of this remake. Amma I Love You will be shot extensively in various locations in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Mangaluru, Udupi etc.

It may be mentioned here that Sithara, who has acted in quite a few Kannada movies as heroine, will be staging a comeback with this film and interestingly she will be playing the ‘Amma’ in this flick.

Veteran actor-filmmaker Dwarakish’s maiden production venture was Mamatheya Bandhana in 1965 and he has produced several films in his long career before turning a director himself. His first directorial venture was Nee Bareda Kadambari which was the remake of the Hindi film Pyaar Jhukta Nahin. Dwarakish has also acted in several films including Satya Harishchandra, Bhagyada Bagilu, Pavana Ganga, etc.

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