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Illiralare Allige Hogalare

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Illiralare Allige Hogalare ("Can’t stay here, can’t go there") is an upcoming Kannada film directed by Girish Kasaravalli.[1] The film is an adaptation of Jayanth Kaikini's short story[2] titled 'Haalina Meese', written in 1994 and set in Mumbai.

This is Jayant Kaikini's third collaboration with Girish Kasaravalli. The author had earlier worked with Kasaravalli for the script of Mooru Daarigalu, an adaptation of Yashawantha Chitthala's story in 1980, and also wrote dialogues for the 2002 film Dweepa.

The title comes from a Purandara Dasa Keerthane and the director says "The phrase captures so much of life in such economy of words. There has been a long tradition of critique of the phrase in philosophy and Kannada literature as well. Iruvudellava bittu iradudaredege tudivude jeevana , a line from the poem of Gopalakrishna Adiga, also seems to be inspired by this phrase".


  1. Bharadwaj, K.V. Aditya (14 Sep 2019). "Girish Kasaravalli returns to feature films after nine years". The Hindu.
  2. Prasad S., Shyam (26 Sep 2019). "Kasaravalli returns after seven-year itch". Bangalore Mirror.

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