In 2010, six friends who trekked through the jungle for fun which is 90 Km from Mangalore were disappeared in the forest. The camera which was taken by them was found in 2012 and with that we can find how they were disappeared. With forest department heads permission, it is being brought to the audience as a film by edited visuals. It’s looking like strange, but it will stand out as a new record in film industry. The makers have decided ‘Chitram kadu Nijam’ title for the film. Good Cinema Group, which delivered successful films like ‘Ee Rojullo’, ‘Romance’, ‘Villa’ and ‘Bhadram’, is jointly producing the film along Sri Shailendra Productions. The film footage was shot by Ramesh. At present, the film is at final mixing stage. It is being brought to the audience in December.
Briefing about the film details, Good Friends producers said, “Story of ’Chitram Kadu Nijam’ is taken from the basis of rare incident that happened for 6 friends who went to a fun trip to a forest. The story is about how they were disappeared in the forest. We found a camera which was taken by them and those visuals are ‘Chitram Kadu Nijam’ film. It’s a true footage film. We are bringing it to the audience with forest department heads’ permission. We are very happy that Good Cinema Group, which brought ‘Ee Rojullo’, ‘Romance’, ‘Villa’ and ‘Bhadram’ is bringing this too. We are jointly releasing the film with Sri Shailendra Productions. Right now, post-production works are in progress. We are bringing the film to the audience in December.”