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Rishi and Dhanya Balakrishna to reunite for Flip Flop

Directed by Islauddin, the shooting for this film has been a quiet affair; this will be the second time Rishi and Dhanya are paired opposite each other 

Published: 13th January 2019

Rishi and Dhanya Balakrishna, who are paired opposite each other in Sarvajanikarige Suvarnavakasha, are coming together again for another film, titled Flip Flop, which is directed by Islauddin. The film’s shooting has been a hush-hush affair, and the crew have managed to keep it very low-key. However, our source tells us that shooting for Flip Flop and Sarvajanikarige... were done simultaneously.  

The team has almost completed shooting major portions of Islauddin’s debut directorial, and is just left with a few more scenes and songs. It is said that this rom-com is going to be an experimental film. While this will be Rishi and Dhanya’s second film, the team is yet to officially reveal more details on the subject and the cast. 

Rishi currently has his hands full with different films, including Hemanth M Rao’s Kavaludaari,  which will be releasing soon. Currently, the actor is juggling multiple shooting schedules. He is left with a song shoot for Sarvajanikarige..., directed by Anoop Ramaswamy Kashap, and is also shooting for Ramanavatara, along with Danish Sait. He will also start shooting for Gaalipata 2, directed by Yogaraj Bhat and produced by Mahesh Danannavar. 

As for Dhanya, who is making her Kannada debut with Sarvajanikarige..., will be seen in director BM Giriraj's next. 

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