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Family Pack shooting begins today

The comedy entertainer, made by Puneeth Rajkumar’s PRK Productions and directed by Arjun Kumar, stars Likith Shetty and Amrutha Iyengar

Published: 21st September 2020
Family Pack

The shooting for Family Pack, bankrolled by Puneeth Rajkumar’s PRK Productions, begins today. The film brings together the director-actor duo of Arjun Kumar and Likith Shetty together again after Sankasta Kara Ganapathi. This time, the two are teaming up for a comedy entertainer which features Amrutha Iyengar as the female lead.

“Since we are beginning the shoot amid the pandemic, we decided to initially go ahead with a short schedule of two days, in and around Bengaluru. The full-fledged schedule will start from October 8,” says the director, who adds that the first schedule will involve Likith Shetty along with Achyuth Kumar, Padmaja Rao and Sampath, while Amrutha will be joining the sets in the first week of October.

Family Pack is produced by Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar, in association with Likith Shetty and Deshraj Rai. It will be a comedy entertainer, says the director, who goes on to explain that in Indian culture, whether it is love or arranged marriage, the alliance is not just between the boy and the girl, but it requires two families to come together. This, he tells us, is one plot of the story.

The film also stars Rangayana Raghu, Dattanna, Tilak, and Nagabhushan. It has dialogues written by Masti, music composed by Gurukiran, cinematography by Uday Leela, and editing by Madhu.

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