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Head Bush Trailer: Dhananjaya rocks bell bottoms, splatters blood as he takes charge of Bengaluru

Head Bush, co-produced by Daali Dhananjaya under Daali Pictures, will release in cinema halls 

Head Bush Trailer: Dhananjaya rocks bell bottoms, splatters blood as he takes charge of Bengaluru
Dhananjaya in a still from the Head Bush trailer

Last Updated: 09.47 PM, Oct 16, 2022


As promised, the team of Head Bush is here with the riveting trailer of the film. Launched at the mega event held in Davanagere which sees many A-listers from the Kannada Film Industry in attendance, the very first trailer of Head Bush has managed to live up to the expectations. Although fans were made to wait a bit before the trailer dropped, which was caused by heavy rains at the venue of the launch, the trailer seems to have garnered the intended attention and love after all.

Coming to the trailer, the film stays firmly focused on Dhananjaya's Jayaraj whose journey from the streets to conquering the city of Bengaluru becomes the crux of the story. Yogesh, Balu Nagendra, and others play second fiddle to his character as the film draws inspiration from the autobiographical account of Agni Sreedhar's life in the underworld: the veteran writer, who has previously written the screenplay of Aa Dinagalu, renders a new version of his book My Days in the Underworld for Head Bush. Vasishta N. Simha, Sruthi Hariharan, Raghu Mukherjee, and Devaraj too play prominent roles in the film. 

Another highlight of the trailer is Charan Raj's enticing background score and many in the comments section too have praised the composer's efforts. Charan Raj's brass-heavy score elevates the mood and tone of the film and allows for the dramatized events to feel powerful. 


While the gangster genre is yet to find firm footing in Kannada cinema, the industry has previously produced noteworthy films such as Om, Aa Dinagalu, Deadly Soma, and a few others which use Bengaluru's crime world as the backdrop. Head Bush too, quite seemingly, belongs to the same bracket but one could presume the makers to have adapted a new sensibility and tone to tell the story of the founding of the city's underworld. 

K.M. Chaithanya's 2007 Aa Dinagalu too featured M.P. Jayaraj as a prominent character but Head Bush uses the real-life personality as its chief protagonist. It would be interesting to see how the new perspective shapes the narrative of the upcoming film. Head Bush will release in two parts with the first part, which is out on October 21, titled 'The Rise and Rise of Bengaluru'.

The team launched the trailer at a grand event in Davanagere amid tremendous fanfare. Despite heavy rains and subsequent delay, the launch event got underway with all the cast members of Head Bush and special guests like actors Sathish Ninasam, Ramya, Rachita Ram, and others seen in attendance.

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