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Trivikram bans phones on the sets of Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava- Cinema express

Trivikram bans phones on the sets of Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava

After pictures of Jr NTR and Naga Babu from his upcoming film were leaked online, director Trivikram Srinivas has banned phones on the sets to prevent further leaks

Published: 24th July 2018

Director Trivikram Srinivas has been livid after he had found out that some pictures of Jr NTR and Naga Babu from his upcoming film, Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava, were leaked online.

“The pictures were leaked by someone from the post-production team. It’s the norm to send several pictures to mark a scene for our understanding along with the footage. Someone has taken an undue advantage and circulated these online,” informs a source from the production unit.

To avoid further leaks, Trivikram along with the producer S Radha Krishna is taking the required steps to keep the content and photos of the film well-guarded. “Trivikram has asked the crew to hand over their mobiles at the security before entering the location. Except for Radha Krishna, cinematographer PS Vinod, NTR and him, no one is allowed to carry their mobiles to the location. So, using a phone on the set is banned and the director has requested the team to be supportive of his decision,” the source adds.

A 15-day schedule of the film has recently commenced in RFC, and after this, the team will leave for Pollachi to shoot the remaining portions. Also starring Pooja Hegde, the film, set to release during Dasara, has music by SS Thaman. 

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