Bengaluru Comic Con 2018: Kannada Movie: “Mysore Masala” cast make their presence felt at the event

Kannada Film Mysore Masala with a galaxy of actors including Anant Nag, Prakash Belawadi, Kiran Srinivas, Sharmiela Mandre and Samyukta Hornad is set for release on 2019 release

The cast of the Kannada movie, Mysore Masala were present at the annual Comic Con 2018 event which was held in KTPO Whitefield, Bangalore

The cast of the Kannada movie, Mysore Masala were present at the annual Comic Con 2018 event which was held in KTPO Whitefield, Bangalore. The team had a 20 minutes stage presence where they got to interact with audience about the movie.

The cast of the Kannada movie, Mysore Masala were present at the annual Comic Con 2018 event which was held in KTPO Whitefield, Bangalore.

The diverse and upbeat audience quizzed the cast on various topics ranging from science fiction to Heritage and its representation in Mysore Masala. The team also had an inviting booth showcasing the engaging film teaser, film promotion and a massive photo booth.

Comic con is an annually held event which believes in creating events and giving their fans, exhibitors and partners a platform to celebrate their undying love and passion for comics and pop culture. It Exhibits products such as a wide range of comics, novels, graphics, merchandise, toys, games, films, animation and more.

Mysore Masala will be starring some of the biggest names in the Kannada film industry including Anant Nag; renowned theatre personality and veteran actor, who has acted in more than 60 films in various languages. The film will also feature Prakash Belawadi, a senior journalist and a theatre personality who has been associated with some highly-acclaimed Hindi films.

Other than that, the film will see the likes of Kiran Srinivas, Sharmiela Mandre, Samyukta Hornad (best known for acting in critically praised film Oggaranne), and many more. Shooting of the film is completed, the film is slated for an early 2019 release.

Films are a reflection of the sensibilities of not just the makers, but also of the society it is intended for. The team of AsxFilms, have listened to the audiences’ silent protest and cry for needing films that respect their sensibilities and taste. Rightly so, they have embarked on supporting this need and to portray the Kannada film industry in the best light possible, to not just film industries across India, but to the global audience! This film is a first among many that are hoping to renew the interest of the discerning audience to quality films made with love.