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Rakshit Shetty to start 2021 on the locations of 777 Charlie

The Kiranraj K directorial is in the last phase of shooting now and the filmmaker has decided to shoot the climax sequence in Kashmir amidst heavy snowfall

Published: 16th December 2020

Rakshit Shetty will begin 2021 in Kashmir's snow-capped mountains. The actor will be working on the climax sequence for 777 Charlie. The Kiranraj K directorial is in the last phase of shooting now. 

The team has planned a 14-day schedule in Kashmir, Chandigarh, and Himachal Pradesh, and divided the schedule into two parts. They have completed the first part of the shoot, and director Kiranraj says it was a great experience. The crew is back in Bengaluru now, and getting ready for the final schedule.

The director is particular that the climax sequences must be shot amidst heavy snowfall. He has now decided to go back to Kashmir in the first week of January. 

777 Charlie is presented by Pushkar Films, and produced by GS Gupta and Rakshit Shetty under the Paramvah Studios banner. The adventure comedy-drama is one of the most awaited Kannada films of 2021. The film will be out in five languages. It is being made in Kannada, and will be dubbed and released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi.

Nobin Paul is composing the music, while Aravind Kashyap is handling the cinematography.

The film, which features a couple of Labrador dogs, also marks the Kannada debut of Bobby Simha, who plays a pivotal role along with Sangeetha Sringeri, Raj B Shetty, and Danish Sait.

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