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Krishna's Virgin renamed as Shheegrameva Kalyana Prapti Rasthu- Cinema express

Krishna's Virgin renamed as Shheegrameva Kalyana Prapti Rasthu

The film, directed by Puri Jagannath’s associate Naidu B, is nearly complete with only 15 days of shooting remaining

Published: 29th September 2020

One of actor Krishna’s upcoming films, Virgin, created buzz for its bold title. However, the makers have decided to change the title to Shheegrameva Kalyana Prapti Rasthu as they feel it is more appealing and will attract audiences across ages.

The film marks the directorial debut of Puri Jagannath’s associate Naidu B, who has come up with an unconventional story. The crew of the romantic comedy drama resumed shoot in this month, with the Love Mocktail hero and the female lead Nimika Ratnakar. Having completed 80 per cent of talkie portions, the team is currently in the last leg of shooting with only 15 days of work left.

Krishna, who is currently shooting for Nagashekar’s Srikrishna@gmail.com, will be joining the sets soon. The team plans to wrap up in October.

Shheegrameva Kalyana Prapti Rasthu has Manikanth Kadri scoring the music, while SriCrazymind and Navin Sakshi handle the editing and cinematography, respectively.

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