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Sharan-starrer Adhyaksha in America to be out in July

The film is helmed by dialogue writer-turned-director Yoganand Muddanna, and will have music by V Harikrishna

Published: 28th May 2019

After being part of the Victory sequel last year, Sharan is set to star in yet another sequel with Adhyaksha in America. This comedy-drama is expected to be out in July, and is the sequel to his popular 2014 film, Adhyaksha, which was directed by Nanda Kishore.  

Adhyaksha in America is helmed by dialogue writer-turned-director Yoganand Muddanna. Interestingly, this project will have Sharan teaming up with music director V Harikrishna.  The actor, who is also a singer had earlier rendered his voice for a song — Haalu Kudida makle badukalla — which was composed by Harikrishna and went on to become a chartbuster. However, this is the first time he is scoring music for Sharan’s film. He has churned out five songs for the album, out of which three have been shot in the United States while the rest have been canned in India. 

Along with Sharan in the lead, the movie stars Ragini Dwivedi, Rangayana Raghu, Sadhu Kokila, and Shivaraj KR Pete. Meanwhile, Sharan is currently shooting for Avatara Purusha, a film directed by Suni and produced under the banner of Pushkar Films.

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