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Raj to have us in splits again with Gubbi Mele Brahmastra- Cinema express

Raj B Shetty to star in the comedy, Gubbi Mele Brahmastra

Directed by Sujay Shastry, the film also features Srinivasa Kalyana-fame Kavitha Gowda as female lead

Published: 18th June 2018

Raj B Shetty’s debut film Ondu Motteya Kathe was critically and commercially successful, leading to much anticipation over the actor-director's next project. While we had reported that Raj is scripting a mafia-related film, he is also simultaneously taking up some interesting acting assignments. 

The actor has completed shooting for Thurthu Nirgamana and is currently working on Maya Bazaar, but it’s his next project that has caught everybody’s attention. The film, titled Gubbi Mele Brahmastra, has the actor associating with newcomer Sujay Shastry. The latter has worked as an associate with filmmaker MG Srinivas, and this is his first independent feature film.

With the film’s launch today, the makers have released the first look of the actor. In one poster, Raj has an apple on his head, while in the other, a bird sits on the actor’s shoulders with two guns pointed at him on either side. 

The makers have roped in TV actor Kavitha Gowda, who made her film debut with Srinivasa Kalyana and is currently working on Vidya Vinayaka, as the female lead. Touted to be a complete comedy entertainer, this film is made under Crystal Park Cinemas, which has produced films such Chamak, Ayogya, John Cena and Birbal. This will be their fifth venture.

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