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Kichcha Sudeep-starrer Vikrant Rona teaser, release date out

Actor Kichcha Sudeep's upcoming film Vikrant Rona is to release in July

Published: 02nd April 2022
Vikrant Rona

Actor Kichcha Sudeep's upcoming film Vikrant Rona's teaser and the release date came out on April 2, Saturday. The makers of the film announced that the multilingual film will make it to the big screens on July 28. The teaser introduces Vikrant Rona, the titular character through the perspective of a group of young kids. 

In the teaser, a group of young children gathers around a piece of paper that one of them found. They are all intrigued to know more about the story of one 'ajji' (grandmother). Despite their best efforts, they couldn't find her journal but instead, find a piece of paper. It looks like a map, and one of the kids gathered around starts describing this scary entity that is a part of the ajji's tale. This entity is scarier than any lion and faster than a cheetah too. It can be nothing but a devil, and this is none other than Vikrant Rona.

The film is directed by Anup Bhandari and produced by Jack Manjunath, Shalini Manjunath. The film's music is composed by B Ajaneesh Loknath, and the cinematography is by William David. The film also stars Nirup Bhandari, Neetha Ashok, and Jacqueline Fernandez.

Team Vikrant Rona's unique tribute to Puneeth Rajkumar'

In a rare tribute to Puneeth Rajkumar from Vikrant Rona director, Anup Bhandari dedicates a scene to the Power Star. "A password 'Patte Patte Huli, Kotte Kotte Togo' was the password that was used in a scene featuring Puneeth Rajkumar in the 1989 film, Parashurama which also stars his father, and legendary actor Dr. Rajkumar. This password became an inspiration for Vikrant Rona. I had watched the film as a child, and as kids, we would often use it in our games. Now this password becomes part of my film too. I used it while penning the dialogues for the film, Vikrant Rona, 3 years ago," says the director, adding, "I didn't even think while penning this dialogue at that time that it would come as a tribute to Appu."  

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