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Sachin makes his Kannada debut


The 70s actor, Sachin, who is now a big time TV anchor is making his first Kannada film Ekadanta starring Vishnuvardhan, Ramesh Aravind and Prema. This comedy film, Saale Nagade (meaning Chalo Na Dear) is based on the Marathi novel written by Sachin in the mid eighties. M.S. Narasimha Murthy and Richard Louis are doing the dialogues for the film. "I hope to work in all Indian languages as director and many parts of the film is drawn from Tu Tu Mein Mein television serial. Sachin is conducting a workshop prior to the start of the 17th film. Is Sachin redirecting the Rs. 50 lakh cash prize that he got from the Nach Baliye star couple dance competition?

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