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 Shivarajkumar: A director is like a father and actors are all his children

The film also stars Dhananjay, Pruthvi Ambaar, and Yasha Shivakumar.

Published: 30th June 2022

Century Star, director Vijay Milton, producer Krishan Sarthak and the cast share their thoughts about the upcoming film Bairagee, slated for release on July 1. "Vijay Milton is one of those few directors, who has aesthetically designed my character, and he was particular about the costumes and the action block sequences. Overall, I had a good experience shooting Bairagee. There was a feeling of satisfaction about this project,” says Shivarajkumar.

The team also remembered dialogue writer Late Guru Kashyap and said that he has penned some extraordinary lines for the film.

“The film has created a good pre-release buzz. Eighteen months of our efforts will be finally out on July 1,” says Vijay, who also thanked music director Anoop Seelin for introducing Shivarajkumar, and for all the support he got from him for the film.

“Bairagee is a story of a simple man with huge abilities. It’s a lavishly-made feel-good commercial entertainer that can be enjoyed by the family audience. It will not be disappointing,” says Shivanna.

The cast of the film includes Dhananjay, Pruthvi Ambaar, and Yasha Shivakumar. Producer Krishna Sarthak, a fanboy of Shivarajkumar, is all excited about the release. “We are planning to release Bairagee on around 350 screens across Karnataka. Ahead of Shivanna’s birthday, we are making a 60-feet cut-out of the Century Star at Sangam theatre, Mysuru. Meanwhile, there is a demand from Shivanna fans to hold a midnight show. We are working on it,” Krishna Sarthak tells us. 

The film also stars Dhananjay, Pruthvi Ambaar, and Yasha Shivakumar.

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