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Puneeth's last movie James set to hit 4,000 screens on his birth anniversary

Puneeth Rajkumar's James to release on his birth anniversary

Published: 08th March 2022
Puneeth Rajkumar

Puneeth Rajkumar's last film James is set to hit at as many as 4,000 screens across the country. The film will release on the late Kannada superstar's birth anniversary, March 17.

James has received a U/A certificate from the Censor Board of Film Certification, and it will be released in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, and Malayalam languages. In Karnataka alone, the movie will be released in more than 400 theatres.

The motion picture, teaser, and songs of the movie were an instant hit and crores of his fans are eagerly waiting for the release of the movie.

Puneeth died on October 29, 2021, after suffering a massive heart attack. He is survived by his wife Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar and two daughters. Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar is presently involved in production activity.

In the movie, Puneeth is essaying the role of a manager in a security company. The military outfit of Puneeth is loved by one and all in the teaser. The philanthropic activities of Puneeth, which came to light after his death, have given him a larger-than-life image, and people across the country have developed a special feeling towards him.

Priya Anand is playing the lead role against Puneeth. South Indian actor Sarath Kumar, Srikanth Aditya Menon, comedian Sadhu Kokila, Anu Prabhakar are playing major roles in the film. The movie is directed by Chetan Kumar and produced by Kishore Pathikonda. Shivarajkumar, the elder brother of Puneeth has dubbed for his brother.

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