[an error occurred while processing this directive] Dr. Vishnuvardhan starrer Namma Yejamaanaru was launched on Friday afternoon at the Saami's Dream land in the presence of some dignitaries of the Kannada film industry. The film is being produced by Rajashekhar and Karisubgu and is directed by award winning director Nagabharana. Vijaya Raghavendra, Navya Nair, Anant Nag, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy and Ramesh Arvind play important roles in the film.
After the traditional pooja and muhurath shot, Nagabharana and the entire team of Nammejamaanaru addressed the press conference to declare that the script of the film was a major source of inspiration for all of them.
Nagabharana said that after a gap of nearly twenty seven years he has got an opportunity to work with a great artiste like Dr. Vishnuvardhan. [an error occurred while processing this directive] He said that he was approached by the producers to work on a script for Vishnu and then he had a story that was haunting him since many days. "I went to narrate this story to Vishnu and was happy that Vishnu agreed to do this project in the first sitting itself," said Nagabharana. After getting Vishnu's approval he started scouting for the other artistes and obtained their concurrence for the project.
"Our aim is to make an entertainer which is appealing to a large section of family audience. It will have popular ingredients, but the entire narration will be clean and appealing," said Nagabharana.
Vijaya Raghavendra said that it was his dream to work with Dr. Vishnu and the opportunity had come to him on a platter. "I accepted the offer to work in the film even before I heard the story because I was provided with an opportunity to work with Vishnu sir. But I heard the script thereafter and I should say Bharana sir has done an amazing work," said Vijaya Raghavendra.
Vishnuvardhan said that he would go by the advise of Nagabharana and do everything that is instructed to him. "I have to be convinced of any project before it starts, and Bharana has just done that work. He has taken the support of many writers and technicians to make this film," added Vishnu.