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Rainbow brings together Ajay Rao and Manvitha Kamath

The muhurath of the film, directed by S Rajavardan, has been scheduled for August 9

Published: 06th August 2019

Director Guru Deshpande, who turned producer with Prajwal Devaraj’s Gentleman, is all set to start his second venture. The muhurath of the film, titled Rainbow, has been scheduled for August 9. The Ajay Rao-starrer marks the directorial debut of S Rajavardhan, and the makers are happy to have come up with an apt title and a tag line, Colours of Crime, that suits the subject. Rajavardhan is currently working as a co-director in Gentleman.

Rainbow is being made under the banner of G Cinemas. and the team has roped in Manvitha Kamath as the female lead. This will be her first association with actor Ajay Rao and Guru Deshpande’s production. The RJ turned-actor, who started with Suri’s Kendasampige, was lauded for her role in the Shivarajkumar-starrer Tagaru. She is now looking forward to the release of her upcoming film, Relax  Sathya, followed by Daari Tappida Maga, which marks the debut of Dheeren Rajkumar. Manvitha is also part of Nagathihalli Chandrashekar’s India v/s England, which is now in the post-production stages. Manvitha has also completed the shoot for the Kannada-Marathi bilingual, Rajasthan Diaries.  

Ajay has also signed two other projects — one with director Thimme Gowda, and Krishna Talkies with director Vijayanand.

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