The 100th film of Sharat Lohitashva 'Sadagara' is a big transformation from routine villain roles to comedy role. A stunner on Kannada screen, stage and television Sharat Lohitashva is the right son for the right father. His father Lohitashva is known for such magnificent portrayal of any given role. The trump card is the voice in dialogue delivery for both son and father.
In 'Sadagara' I have having a change from villain roles to comedy. I am imported for a case handling in the film from foreign. As I enter here the circumstances make me to change attitudes. With Tabla Naani as co artist the comedy moments sounded very good for me says Sharat Lohitashva.
A winner with top ranking in 'Radio Ravan' - (30 episodes of 10 minutes 'Radio Ravana') Sharat Lohitashva had beaten in popularity in the radio chat show from his voice the topnotch of Hindi cinema like Naseeruddin Shah.
The 100th film of Sharat Lohitashva \'Sadagara\' is a big transformation from routine villain roles to comedy role.
'Ghalige' of veteran MS Sathyu is the debut of Sharat but it was 'Huliya' Kannada cinema that Sharat got noticed for the commercial films. I was inspired from the stage play of veteran villain Vajramuni's 'Prachanda Raavana'. This year in 2012 he has 12 films set for release.
As a villain he is calling his shots.