Though Jennifer was down with fever, she made it to the event and praised producer Chandru and director Sandeep for the movie ‘Bisile’. “Being a part of the movie was a good experience.
Sandeep, who is making his debut as the director, has handled the megaphone like an expert,” said Jennifer.
Appreciating the hard work of the cinematographer Niranjan Babu, Jennifer said that she could not maintain the pace with which Babu worked during the shooting. “Babu worked around the clock and never allowed us to sleep during the shooting. He is a workaholic,” said Jennifer.
Diganth, who attended the programme said that Bisile is his favourite movie. “Director Sandeep and producer Chandru offered me this solo hero movie when I was free after the release of ‘Gaalipata’. I could not resist the offer once the script was narrated to me. I am very grateful to them for giving me an opportunity to act in ‘Bisile’,” said Diganth.
Recalling his experience during the shooting in a forest, Diganth said that acting in ‘Bisile’ was very tough. “Facing the camera in a forest turned out to be a nice experience. All of us have worked hard and I appeal to Kannada cine buffs to encourage this movie,” said Diganth.
Producer Chandru said that ‘Bisile’ has provided him the much needed information on film making. “I did not know the importance of publicity while making this movie. I will be careful from now onwards with my upcoming projects. I want to see how ‘Bisile’ fares at the box office. I can recover my investment (Rs 2.50 crore) if it is screened for three more weeks,” he said.