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Mugil Pete to have two screenplays, says director Bharat S Navunda

The title of Manoranjan’s next film with director Bharat S Navunda has been finalised; it will mark the debut of Kayadu Mohan Lohar in Kannada cinema

Published: 11th November 2019

Manoranjan’s new film with director Bharath Navunda has been titled Mugil Pete. Interestingly, this is the name of a fictitious place that was created by Yogaraj Bhat in Gaalipata. The formal launch ceremony of the film has been fixed for November 15, and the film is expected to go on the floor by the end of this month. 

This will be Manoranjan’s second outing after Prarambha. Bharath, who made his debut with Adachanegaagi Kshamisi, says he is going with two screenplays. “I am adapting a reverse screenplay method, which will also go with the timeline,” says Bharath, who has also signed Kayadu Mohan Lohar.

According to the director, the actor, who hails from Assam, has previously starred in a Marathi film and this will be her first film in Kannada.

The makers have brought on board Sridhar Sambram to score music, while cinematography is by Ravi Varma.

Mugil Pete will be shot in the green belts of Sakleshpur, Kasargod, and Kundapura, while the fight sequences will be filmed in Bengaluru.

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