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Ramesh Aravind-Akash Srivatsa project to have two strong women characters

The filmmaker, who assisted Ramesh Aravind in Accident, will now be helming a project starring his favourite hero

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Published: 25th September 2018

Director Akash Srivatsa is on cloud nine right now. The youngster, who assisted Ramesh Aravind in Accident, will now be helming a project starring his favourite hero. Akash admits that he has been discussing a couple of ideas with Ramesh and it was this script and subject that appealed to the actor.

Currently in the final round of script discussion with the actor, Akash plans to kick-start his project from November.  The yet-to-be-titled film will feature Ramesh in the role of an investigative officer. In addition, the film will also have two strong female characters. 

The film, written by Akash along with Abhijit YR, has music by Judah Sandy. “I am done with the final script and am zeroing in on the cast. Meanwhile, we are also thinking of an apt title,” says the director. 

Ramesh, who is finished with the reality show Kannadada Kotiyadipathi, is now turning his focus back to films, especially since the post-production of his directorial ventures, the remake of Queen in both Kannada and Tamil is underway. After completing the shooting for Bhairadevi, produced by Radhika Kumaraswamy, the actor will head to the sets of director Akash’s film.

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