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Akkammana Bhagya


Synopsis:Akkammana Bhagya (Akkamma’s Fate) is all about the ill fated village women Akkamma’s struggle towards her family welfare and empowerment in pre independence era of India.

Screening Date: 13th Oct- Sat 2018

Screening Time: 1:00 PM

Venue: Beach Road ,Carnival Shaw Tower Singapore 199589

Screen : 1

Language: Kannada

Movie Type: Feature Film
Rating : PG
NOTE: All festival screenings are on free seating basis but once the payment is made, a seat will be guaranteed for you. There will be no additional ticket issued and you can just carry the paypal payment confirmation which will give you entry into the screening.

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C.V. Nandeeshwar


Sudha prasanna as Akkamma
Narayan bhat as Channigaraya
Sampath kumar as Byatarayappa
G Rama rao as Sura jois
Baby Sanjana as Subbi
Master Kirankumar as Mylari
Prem dinakar as Narasingaraya
Parimala as Shanthakka
Late Anil raj as Made Gowda
Mallikarjuna Savalgi as Sidde Gowda
Padma shivamogga as Venkachamma
Ramesh as Giri shetty
Narasimhamurthy B R as Subbanna
Champakadhamaraju as Panchanna Gowda
D M Rajanna as Madakariyanna
Y Puttaraju as Eranna:
Lakshmi Narassappa as Suraiah:
Srinivas as Obaleshi:
Geetha T C as Basamma:
Asha bai as Bommakka:
Bhagya surendra as Puttatte:
Shilpa as Sakamma:


Best story, Best Director and Best Film Awards won in Kargil International film Festival-2017, Kargil
6th Delhi International film festival-2017, Delhi
Best Cinematography and Best Film awards won in 6th Delhi International film festival-2017, Delhi
Best Director, Best Cinematographer, Best Actress won in 5th Darbhanga International Film festival 2018

About Director

C.V. Nandeeshwar was born in Parashurampura, a small village of Karnataka state in India. He obtained Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering and Master of Technology in Digital Communication. He is a self-taught film maker, started film direction with his debut short feature “My God” in the year 2010, which depicts mother earth is my God. In 2012. He came to lime light with his first full length feature film “Narasajjana Nursery”.