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Kiragoorina Gayyaligalu Movie -2016

Directed by-D. Suman Kittur
Produced by-M. S. Ravindra,D. Suman Kittur
Written by-Poornachandra Tejaswi
Screenplay by-Agni Shridhar
Based on Kiragoorina Gayyaligalu
by Poornachandra Tejaswi
Starring Shwetha Srivatsav
Music by-Poornachandra Tejaswi
Cinematography Manohar Joshi
Edited by-Pradeep
Distributed by- Megha Movies
Release dates-2016
Country -India

Kiragoorina Gayyaligalu Movie History-2016

Kiragoorina Gayyaligalu is an upcoming Indian Kannada drama film directed by Suman Kittur, based on a novella of the same name written by Poornachandra Tejaswi. It stars Shwetha Srivatsav and Achyuth Kumar in the lead roles. The supporting cast features Sukratha Wagle, Sonu, Kishore, Sharath Lohitashwa and Karunya Ram.

Sumana Kittur, an admirer of writer Poornachandra Tejaswi's works, said his work Kiragoorina Gayyaligalu stood out for her, as it was set in a village backdrop, that she associated to, having had the same origins. She approached Rajeswari Tejaswi, Poornachandra Tejaswi's wife, for the copyrights to adapt the novella into a film.Following this, she announced of the film in January 2015.

Kittur announced that the lead role of Daanamma would be played by Shwetha Srivatsav, and that Achyuth Kumar would appear in a pivotal role.It was revealed in March 2015 that Sukratha Wagle, Sonu, Kishore and Sharath Lohitashwa would play supporting roles, and that Yogesh would appear in an important role in the film. On casting Srivatsav in the lead role, she said, "She has not been exposed to too many films. So, I thought that she would appear fresh in this particular role. Also, she had already read the novel, when I approached her and all she asked me was whether she would be playing the character of Daanamma". The casting of Karunya Ram and Manasa Joshi were confirmed in April 2015. Writer Agni Shridhar, who had previously collaborated with Kittur in Edegarike , was chosen to work on the film's screenplay and dialogues. Speaking on the subject of the film, Kittur said the film was "heroine-oriented" and that it would "depict the lives of girls in villages."