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Marigold sets come alive again

The comedy thriller, directed by Raghavendra M Naik, stars Diganth and Sangeetha Sringeri

Published: 23rd September 2020

Diganth, who has been in and out of the Central Crime Branch office over the drugs investigation, is also devoting his time and focus to his film shooting. The actor, popularly known as Doodhpeda of the Kannada industry, resumed work on his upcoming comedy-thriller, Marigold, on September 18.

Now, the latest to join the sets of the film, directed by Raghavendra M Naik, is the heroine, Sangeetha Sringeri. The makers have shared a few pictures from the sets.

Marigold also features Yash Shetty and Sudhi, who is known for his role as Cockroach in Tagaru. The team, which had completed shooting a chunk of portions in March, is now in the process of completing the remaining scenes. They had planned an 18-day schedule and are now left with 12 more days of shooting, which will be done entirely in Bengaluru.

Director Raghavendra, a good friend of Diganth, has 15 years of experience in the film industry. He is now making his directorial debut with Marigold. The film, made under the banner of RV Creations, is produced by Raghuvardhan. The dialogues have been written by Raghu Niduvalli, with Veer Samarth composing the music, and Chandrashekar handling the cinematography.

Diganth, who has Nagaraj Bethur’s Huttuhabada Subhashayagalu ready for release, will also be seen in a pivotal role in Santhosh Ananddram’s Yuvarathnaa, which stars Puneeth Rajkumar in the lead role.

The actor’s next project after Marigold will be Vijay Kodsara’s yet-to-be-titled film, which will have him sharing screen space with Aindrita Ray and Ranjini Raghavan. He will then work on the Kannada remake of the Telugu film, Evaru.

Meanwhile, he is also expected to resume the shooting for Yogaraj Bhat’s Gaalipata 2. The film, produced by Ramesh Reddy, also features actors Ganesh and Pawan Kumar.

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