THE TWO HOUR RADIO FEATURE FILM WILL AIR AT 11AM TO 1 PM ACROSS BANGALORE, MYSORE AND MANGALORE STATIONS
Bangalore, May 6, 2016: 92.7 BIG FM, India’s largest and No.1 radio network with its constant aim of providing enlightening and engaging content to listeners is back with its radio feature film based on a new theme this Mother’s Day.The radio network, 92.7 BIG FM, which emphasized on the theme of importance of educating the girl child in its previous radio feature film – ‘Maa Ke Aanchal Mein’, this time will highlight the sacrifices made by every mother in the process of looking after her family. The two hour film aptly named – ‘Ammana Kanasu’ will feature the story of a mother and her lost passion that her children will help her relive. The film featuring contemporary director Sumana Kittur, as the director and popular actress Sudha belawadi playing the lead mother role will air at 11 AM to 1 PM on Mother’s Day- Sunday May 8,across Bangalore, Mysore and Mangalore stations of the radio channel.
The story revolves around the central character Pallavi played by Sudha Belawadi, a devoted mother, who lets go her dream of being a painter in order to support her family like any other mother. This real life story of every Mother will be showcased in the radio film ‘Ammana Kanasu’. The story will unfold with the children realizing the struggle and sacrifices of their mother further helping her relive her dreams. The radio feature film is 92.7 BIG FM’s way of paying an ode to the Mothers by enlightening the listeners about the equal importance of their passion.
Speaking on the radio feature film, the critically acclaimed director, Sumana Kittur said, “The hard work and efforts put in by our Mothers are often taken for granted. This radio feature film will help listeners realize not only the sacrifices made by their mothers but, importance of her dreams and passion too. It gives me immense pleasure to be a part of such a film and support such a novel thought. I hope this film will be a wakeup call to all mothers to relive their forgotten passion.”