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Ninasam Manju of Mookha Hakki film is fast gearing up for the release of his upcoming Kanneri. A woman-centric film, Kanneri is a story that it is based on a real-life incident. It had occurred in Coorg and is inspired from the Diddalli incident. Along with this, a thread from Ksheera Sagara’s novel Jenu Akashada Aramane has loosely lended inspiration to the film.
Kotiganahalli Ramaiah has written the storyline while Manikanth Kadri has lent music. Recently, Sandalwood actor Vasishta Simha lent his star presence at the release of the song Kaanada Oorige Coolige Horatala.
Kanneri is a tale of people who envisioned and lived their life in the lap of nature, but what happens to them once they are evicted from that region, the horrors that the women of that group undergo and the major turn that their life undergoes after the incident.
While Archana Madhusudan plays the protagonist, Anita Bhat, Arun Sagar, Karisubbu and MK Math play other prominent characters.
The film has been shot realistically and captured in places like Bangalore, HD Kote and Kolar. Ganesh Hegde has done the cinematography while Manikanth Kadri has lent music and Sachin Nayak is the editor of the film. The film has been produced by Buddhideepa Cinema House Banner by PP Hebbar and Chandrashekhar Hebbar.