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Dhananjay, Rachita Ram begin shoot for director S Ravindrannath’s new film- Cinema express

Dhananjay, Rachita Ram begin shoot for director S Ravindrannath’s new film

Dhananjay and Rachita Ram have started shooting in the coastal region of Kundapura for their upcoming romantic drama, helmed by the Pushkapaka Vimana director

Published: 21st September 2020

Dhananjay and Rachita Ram have started shooting for their upcoming romantic drama, helmed by Pushkapaka Vimana director S Ravidnranath, in the coastal region of Kundapura.

The team, which began shooting on September 19, has planned the first schedule over 15 days. The film is being made under the banner of Vikyath Chitra, and it will have the lead actors collaborating for the first time. They will be seen in a retro backdrop, and are said to be playing roles in which they have not been seen before.

The team has completed a photo shoot. But the makers are yet to officially reveal the film’s title.

Dhananjay, who is awaiting the release of Yuvarathnaa and Pogaru, is left with the shooting of the climax portion for Badava Rascal, which the team plans to complete in the first week of October. The actor is also all set to begin shooting for Rohit Padaki’s Rathnan Prapancha, and is simultaneously preparing to play the role of MP Jayaraj in a film titled Head Bush.

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