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Pub background tells the story of Sugar Factory: Deepak Aras

The first look of the comedy entertainer, which stars Krishna, Sonal Monteiro, Adhvithi Shetty and Shilpa Shetty, gives ample hints about the film, says the director

Published: 15th February 2021

Director Deepak Aras, who just completed 12 days of the first shooting schedule of Sugar Factory, released the first look from the film on Valentine’s Day. Incidentally, it also coincides with the wedding day of the film's lead Krishna, who tied the knot with Milana Nagaraj on Sunday.

According to Deepak, unlike the regular first-look posters, this one doesn't just focus on the characters' appearances. Instead, even the background is given a lot of importance.

The comedy entertainer features Krishna in a funky get-up with three female leads - Sonal Monterio, Adhvithi Shetty, and Shilpa Shetty.

The team is planning to resume the second schedule of the shooting from mid-March, primarily in Goa. The rest of the shoot will be held in Bengaluru and Mysuru.

“We plan to shoot one song outside India, and the location is yet to be finalised,” says Deepak, who is happy to wield the megaphone again eight years after his first film, Manasology. “I did have a few projects in hand as a producer, but I realised that direction is really my cup of coffee. So, I am back doing what I like best,” he adds.

The film has Chethan Kumar penning the dialogues, while Kabir Rafi is composing the music and Santhosh Rai Pathaje is handling camera work.

“The story of Sugar Factory has been penned by me. It is being bankrolled by R Girish, my close friend and business partner,” says Deepak.

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