Kannada film sreening:”NAVILAADAVARU”




A Kannada film realized by a small group of enthusiasts, produced with just Rs 35,000. After the screening there will be an interaction / discussion on the film.


www.samvaada.com hopes to develop meaningful discussion on this.


Seminar Topic: "Navilaadavaru in the context of Endhiran"


Date: Sunday 28th Nov 2010, 11am – 2pm @

Surana College Auditorium, South End Main Road, Basavangudi, Bangalore.


Speakers Include:


U R AnanthaMurthy (Noted writer)

G B Harish (Writer, Professor, Tumkur University)

John Devaraj (Activist)

Kesari Harvu (Film Maker, Bhumigita Fame, Theatre Person)

David Bond (Film Enthusiast)

Shekharpoorna (Film Critic, Editor, kannadasaahithya.com web journal)


Special Guests:


Lahari Velu (Proprietor, Lahari Audio)

Narendra Babu (Film Maker, ‘kabbaddi’ fame)



Media Partners




Lahari Music


Contact for passes:

Arehalli Ravi: 99004 39930 Kiran M: 9731755966

V. K. Lokesh (Lokie)
Chief Executive
Events l Entertainment l Media Management

# 96, East Park Road,
Malleshwaram, Bangalore – 560003.
+91 80 2344 0336


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