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Mimic to meet, Puneeth Rajkumar’s challenge to fans

One lucky person will get to share the stage with the star at the audio release of Natasaarvabhouma

Published: 21st November 2018

In an attempt to connect with his audience, Puneeth Rajkumar has decided to challenge his fans. By participating in the Natasaarvabhouma challenge, one lucky fan can get the opportunity to share the stage with the star at the film’s audio launch. This surprise announcement was made by the actor himself today in a video.

“All that Appu (Puneeth) wants is for the audience to have a glimpse of the first-look teaser of Natasaarvabhouma, which was released on his birthday (March 17) this year. The teaser gives an idea of his role (a photo journalist) in the film,” says Pavan Wadeyar, director of the film, adding, “He poses with the camera and carries  himself off in full style. People have to mimic Appu’s mannerisms and the best act will get to meet and greet Puneeth.”

The film’s shooting was wrapped up yesterday, and the entire team was part of the finale celebrations, including Puneeth, producer Rockline Venkatesh and the technical crew. As the post-production work is ready to take off, a mega audio launch (music is scored by D Imman) is also being planned. The official date of the launch will be announced soon. 

While Anupama Parameswaran marks her Kannada debut with Natasaarvabhouma, Rachita Ram will be sharing screen space with Puneeth for the second time after Chakravyuha. Chikkanna and Ravi Shankar are also part of the ensemble cast.

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