Kelavu DinagaLa Nanthara

With a touch of comedy, suspense and horror, this movie being inspired by a true story, is a realistic take on the innocent mistakes committed by modern day youth showcased against the backdrop of two key affairs that are taking place all over the world.

Days Of Boraprura

In a remote village of BORAPURA, situated in Southern Karnataka, people live content and satisfied with their modest yet sufficient lifestyle. They are poor but not greedy, they are simple but not ordinary.

PuTa Tirugisi Nodi

Mohan, a young cricketer, becomes a school teacher when his budding sports career is halted by an injury. He is in love with Nikhila but her mother disapproves of him. While Nikhila and Mohan wonder what will happen to their relationship, Mohan ends up leading a motley bunch of kids from his hostel in a match against an adventurous local cricket club. Will he and Nikhila find a way? Will his unfinished century from his cricketing years comes to haunt him in the match?

Puta Tirugisi Nodi premièred at the Bangalore International Film Festival 2016, where it won a Special Jury Award. It has appeared in other film festivals worldwide.

Chowka

The film is the narrative which emerges through various decades, encapsulating the lives of four people and their love lives while sending across a strong message relatable to the common man. Four individuals, each with their own dreams and aspirations, land up in jail. They meet a school teacher who not just shows them hope but also stirs up a passion towards reform.

Godhi Banna (GBSM)

The film is about Venkob Rao (Anant Nag), a middle class simpleton ailing with Alzheimer’s, who goes missing. His son, Shiva (Rakshit Shetty) is a career driven person, who is forced to pause his hectic life to search for his father. Sahana (Shruti Hariharan), a doctor who takes care of Venkob Rao also gets involved. In his search for his father, he finds a lot more than he set out to find.