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Pruthvi Ambaar teams up with director Lohith for his first horror film

The Dia actor, who is juggling two films, Life is Beautiful and Sugarless, will begin shooting in November for this film from the director of Mummy Save Me and Devaki

Published: 17th October 2020
Pruthvi Ambaar teams up with director Lohith

Seems like 2020 has been kind to Dia hero Pruthvi Ambaar. The actor, who rose to popularity for his role as Adi in KS Ashoka’s directorial, has been working non-stop post lockdown. Pruthvi, who is currently juggling two films — Life is Beautiful and Sugarless — will next be teaming up with Lohith H for a horror subject.

This was confirmed by Pruthvi himself, who mentioned that he will start shooting for the project from mid November.

Incidentally, Life is Beautiful is Lohith’s first production venture, made under his Friday Films banner in association with Silver Train International. So, the upcoming film, directed by Lohith, marks the second collaboration of Pruthvi and the director of Mummy Save Me and Devaki.

“Lohith is a passionate director, and we were discussing a project to be directed by him. However, Life is Beautiful, made under his production house, came by and went on floors first,” says Pruthvi, adding, “I am currently shooting for KM Shashidhar’s directorial debut, Sugarless, post which I will start working on Lohith’s film.”

The actor is currently looking forward to the re-release of Dia in theatres on October 23. The film will be out with a new climax, as well as a soulful song.

Pruthvi also has a film directed by Darshan Apoorva and penned by him in the lineup. The yet-to-be-titled film is likely to bring together the Dia pair of Kushee Ravi and Pruthvi again.

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