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Upendra in Malaysia for Home Minister

The actor, along with Vedhika Kumar and Lasya Nagaraj, is currently shooting the last few songs and scenes in Malaysia for their upcoming bilingual

Published: 02nd May 2018

It’s been six months since Upendra has faced the camera. But now, he is ready to make a comeback with Home Minister, a Kannada and Telugu bilingual. The reason for the actor’s break was his entry into politics.

Currently shooting in Malaysia for the film along with Vedhika Kumar, Lasya Nagaraj, and the rest of the film’s crew, Upendra and team have just three songs and a few scenes left to complete. Going by the pictures they shared with CE, the director Sujay K Srihari is intent on getting the best shots on high rise buildings, in front of shopping malls and against the scenic beauty of Malaysia. We hear the team has been shooting non-stop, rain or shine.

“The story demanded a place outside India and we chose Malaysia. The shooting has been going on over the last one week and will be wrapped up on May 5,” says producer Poorna Naidu.

With this, the makers will complete the filming of Home Minister, and according to the producer, the team has been simultaneously busy with the post-production work. “I am glad that the film is shaping up well and will be worth the wait,” says Poorna, who is planning a mega audio launch.

Home Minister, which also features Tanya Hope in the second lead, has music by Ghibran and cinematography by Kunjunni S Kumar. The dance sequences are choreographed by Bhanu and Johnny.

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