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New look of Prajwal Devaraj in Veeram out

Prajwal is said to play a fan of legendary actor Sahasasimha Vishnuvardhan in the film

Published: 03rd July 2020

Team Veeram has revealed a special poster of Prajwal Devaraj as the actor celebrates his birthday tomorrow. The poster features Prajwal clutching a sickle with his teeth while taking on a bunch of goons. In the film, he is said to be a fan of legendary actor Sahasasimha Vishnuvardhan. 

Veeram marks the directorial debut of Khadar, and the project is being bankrolled by Disha Entertainments.

Prajwal’s last outing was Gentleman, which fetched him a fair share of accolades. He has one song left to be shot for his cop film Inspector Vikram, directed by Narasimha and he is awaiting the release of Lucky Shankar’s directorial venture, Arjun Gowda

Prajwal will resume shooting for Ramnarayan’s upcoming project when the Covid-19 situation improves, followed by Veeram and a film to be directed by PC Shekar. “I have five projects in my kitty, which are in different stages of production. In the current circumstances, we need to know when theatres will open to plan the releases,” he says.

Meanwhile, the actor along with the production team of Vikyath Pictures, gave PPT kits to police personnel on Friday. “We visited the DCP’s office to hand over the kits. We take this opportunity to thank them for their excellent job during the coronavirus situation,” says Prajwal.

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