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Will Prabhudheva be a part of Gaalipata 2?

Speculations have been fuelled by the meeting of director Yogaraj Bhat and producer Mahesh Danannavar with Prabhudheva in Mumbai

Published: 21st August 2019

Gaalipata 2, Yogaraj Bhat’s upcoming directorial, recently generated a lot of hype with the change in cast, and the entry of Ganesh and Diganth. Now, there is increased buzz after Yogaraj and producer Mahesh Danannavar met choreographer-actor-director Prabhudheva.

The meeting took place in Mumbai, and we got hold of the pictures that show the trio together. This has led to speculations over the team’s plan to sign up Prabhudheva for Gaalipata 2. Prabhudheva is currently directing Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3, which also features actor Sudeep.

Prabhudheva, who has his roots in Mysuru, and is well known in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi film industry, has worked in the 2002 Kannada film, H20, alongside Upendra and Priyanka Upendra.

Apart from Ganesh and Diganth, Gaalipata 2 also features Pawan Kumar and Anant Nag. The team is now in the process of finalising the rest of the cast and crew including the heroine and technicians. The film is expected to go on floors in September. 

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