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Krishna to begin shooting for Sugar Factory from January

The actor-director is currently busy filming for Love Mocktail 2 and Shrikrishna@gmail.com

Published: 31st October 2020
Krishna to begin shooting for Sugar Factory from January

Krishna, who is currently shuttling between the sets of Love Mocktail 2 and Shrikrishna@gmail.com, will start shooting for Deepak Aras’ Sugar Factory from January. The film marks the first collaboration of the actor and director. The title of the film was announced during Dasara.

Krishna reveals that the title Sugar Factory is drawn from the name of a pub in the film. “Deepak Aras has come up with a unique script filled with humour. It's been a while since I read something this good. I am very excited to be a part of this film,” the actor says.

The film is said to feature three female leads and the team is currently in the process of finalising the cast. Among the female leads, one will be playing a pivotal role. Sugar Factory will have cinematography by Santhosh Rai Pathaje.

Deepak Aras is the brother of actor, Amulya, and has previously directed Manasology.

Krishna, who is directing Love Mocktail 2, has completed sixty per cent of the shoot and plans to complete the film by December.

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