Darling Krishna’s first historical movie Halagali shoot commence


Actor Darling Krishna is all set for another milestone in his career. The audience, who had seen him as a lover boy on screen till now, will now see him in the role of a warrior.

It is an exciting history that has been recorded unprinted in the history pages of the Karnataka state, that they were given bows, arrows, bullets in their hands and taken to the battle arena.

The name of the film is titled Halagali. What we have read and heard about the Bedara of Halagali in our own state who waged the first guerrilla war against the British is very exciting. Director Sukesh D K is going to bring the footsteps of these Kannada heroes and their struggles on the screen.

Kalyan Chakravarthi Dulipala, a young businessman from Bellary, is the producer by investing in such a big budget film. He is producing the film under his Duhar Movies banner. He has already produced a feature film in Telugu and distributed more than 20 films in Kannada and Telugu.

This is a film with Sukesh DK who has previously seen the success of Sanchari Vijay starrer Krishna Tulsi. Darling Krishna, who has been training for this film for the past one and a half years, is preparing for this film without listening  to any other film.

This historical film, which is being made in the shadow of history, has geld muhurat recently. The launch of the film took place at Lalit Mahal in Mysore. Also, the shooting has been started.

On the first day of shooting, Halagali film was launched by shooting scenes in which more than 500 people including more than 200 American and Russian artists and local artists were involved under the guidance of director Sukesh Nayak and choreographer Dhanu.

The shooting of this Rs 80 crore film, which will be made in Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi, has started on the first day with 5 cameras and three cinema units.

A huge technical team is working for the film, Dasaradhi Sivendra, who has become a successful cinematographer with the camera for the recently released super hit films like Hanuman, Kalki, Na Samiranga, Mangalavaram, and Sai Sriram, who won the Nandi Award in the Best Cinematography category, have come to Kannada through the film Halagali.

The music is scored by popular Kannada musician Vasuki Vaibhav. What is special is that Vikram Mor, who composed stunts for KGF, is the stunt composer for Halagali Veeraru.

Four or five big village sets are being put up for the film, and the set of Halagali village is being specially constructed in Tiptur. Renowned multilingual artists will be seen in the film.

Darling Krishna

Darling Krishna


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