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Pavan Wadeyar’s film to have Puneeth attempting a different genre

The formal launch took place on Sunday, and the yet-to-be titled film, made under Rockline Productions, will go on floors from March 8

Published: 26th February 2018

Puneeth Rajkumar’s fans have been waiting to hear details on the star’s next film. We had reported earlier that in all likelihood, the film, directed by Pavan Wadeyar, was likely to go on floors from March 8. Here is the latest development.

The film’s launch took place on Sunday at a Ganesha temple, Rockline Studio, with a simple puja. The launch clap of was done by producer Munirathna, and in the presence of the Puneeth Rajkumar and other members of the crew.  As of now, there’s no official title for the film referred to as Production 9. However, the makers have a few titles in mind, and it is said they will decide on an apt one soon, and announce it along with the cast details, just before going on floors.

As reported before, this is going to be a romantic/action entertainer, and interestingly, this film’s genre will be something Puneeth is attempting for the first time in his career.

D Immam, who scored the music for Kotigobba 2, has been brought on board as music director, while Vaidy S will be the cinematographer and Mahesh S the editor.

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