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Going abroad for shooting songs is ruled out: Director Prem

Ek Love Ya director, who is busy with the film's post-production work, says he is now looking for ideal locations in India

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Published: 26th May 2020

Director Prem took to Twitter to give an update about his upcoming film, which is now in the post-production stage. "Ek Love Ya re-recording in full swing, audio soon," he wrote. The film, made under the banner of Rakshita Film Factory, will mark the debut of Raanna.

Ek Love Ya also features Rachita Ram and newcomer Reeshma Nanaiah in the cast. Director Prem, who is busy with the re-recording along with music director Arjun Janya at the latter’s studio, is also finalising singers who will be rendering their voices for the seven tracks.

“To begin with, we will start with our popular singer, Vijay Prakash, who will be recording his song on Thursday. It will then be the turn of Armaan Malik, Arijit Singh, Kailash Kher, Shreya Ghoshal, and myself,” says Prem, who is planning for an audio launch in June.

The director is left with a week of dubbing to do, which he plans to complete next week. He has almost completed shooting the film, but for two songs.

“Though the initial plan was to shoot the songs in Egypt and France, it will now be canned in India. I am hoping to resume shooting from June,” he says. "Filming abroad is ruled out now. Even if they provide us with the best facilities, we have decided not to venture out to any foreign locations,” says Prem, adding, “Now that domestic flights have resumed, I am planning to go on a recce and finalise the locations.”

The romantic thriller, inspired by a real incident, has Rakshita making a guest appearance in a song sequence. Ek Love Ya also stars Ankita Naik as part of the cast and has Mahendra Simha in charge of cinematography.

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