Shubha is a warm and caring middle aged woman who has always stayed close to home. She loves and cares for everyone around her and takes special care to ensure that everyone is well taken care of. But when she suddenly visits her younger relative, the youngster is pleasantly surprised yet intrigued by Shubha’s behavior. Is there something she is trying to hide? The reason for her sudden visit and quick departure is left to the imagination. Vaidhei’s Kannada story explores this theme of trust and love in a subtle and thought-provoking way. The story is brought to life by the talented Sruthi Hariharan, who narrates with skill and emotion, while the music is composed by the KG Chandrakant. Whether you’re a fan of Kannada stories or just looking for a new audio book to enjoy, this is a must-listen
One of the finest writers in the world Kannada short stories, Writing under the pen name Vaidehi Janaki Srinivas Murthy has introduced the world of women in her own unique style. Three of her short story collections are Amachiya Nenapu, krouncha pakshigalu. She is also a writer of 15 children’s play. She won the sahitya academy award in 2009 Her story Ogatu, is featured in Kelikatheya.
Sruthi Hariharan is an actress and producer who appears primarily in Kannada and has won several honors including the Karnataka State film award, three Filmfare Awards South, a SIIMA award, and a special mention at the 66th National film awards for her performance in Nathicharami. Her film debut was in the 2012 Malayalam film Cinema Company, and her first film in the Kannada cinema industry was Lucia. She has received critical acclaim and public recognition for her work in films such as Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu, Urvi, Nathicharami, and Beautiful Manasugalu. She has read Ogatu
Chandrakanth is a software project manager and works in a large multinational company. He has a basic training in Carnatic music and an avid interest in music and films.
The Kannada Audio book is produced to support the education of girls studying in Kannada Medium schools. Actors and Authors have not charged money for this project