Kannada film Kool heroin is Sana and director is Ganesh!!

In a surprise development producer Shilpa Ganesh has decided to replace well own television actor Aamna Sheriff with item dancer turned heroine Sana Khan as the heroine of her second kannada production venture Kool. The film has kannada actor Ganesh in the lead and is directed by Mussanje Mahesh.

The sudden choice of this kannada film's heroine by Shilpa Ganesh has surprised many people. Aamna was Shilpa Ganesh's choice and she had even spoken at length as to why she picked up the well known tele-actress for the role. "I liked her costumes in the teleserial and I thought that the actress with such a good taste would be perfectly suitable for our film", Shilpa had revealed to the media on the day of the launch.

Sana is now geting such a big break in the Kannada films that she is quite excited to act with a big Kannada star like golden star Ganesh. She started off as a model and had worked in many Ad films with top artists like Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and Akshay Kumar. Sana Khan had started off as an item number girl in Kollywood after which she got her biggest break as a heroine to act with Silambarasan in the film Silambattam. So, now the heroin of kannada movie kool is Sana.

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Shilpa Ganesh's kannada film Kool is making news for the wrong reasons.

The controversy created over the change of the heroine - Aamna Sheriff was replaced by item girl turned heroine Sana Khan - is still to die down. But now, another shocking development has taken place.

This kannada film's director Mussanje Mahesh has just walked out of the film and sources from the film unit say Golden Star Ganesh himself has started directing the film kool.

The shoot for the film, which began on Thursday in Ooty, was smooth on day one. But on the second day, Mussanje Mahesh reportedly expressed concern over “interference” by Ganesh and his wife Shilpa. Mussanje Mahesh was quoted as saying that Ganesh began advising him about the way shot compositions had to be made.

Sources from the film unit also say that Mussanje Mahesh has left Ooty along with his associates.

Mahesh had earlier directed Ganesh in the film Eno Onthara which is a remake of Tamil film Kushi. This film is produced by Chandrashekhar of Udayachandra productions. Mahesh says that Ganesh had never interfered in his work during the making of that film and that he was quite surprised at the turn of events.