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Rakshit Shetty's next production venture titled Sakutumba Sametha

Sakumtumba Sametha, directed by Rahul PK, has been wrapped up 

Published: 05th April 2021

Sandalwood film buffs were in for a pleasant surprise on Sunday. The first look poster of Paramvah Studios’ next project Sakutumba Sametha, directed by Rahul PK, was unveiled recently. “Pour in your love & good wishes, (sic).” This was actor Rakshit Shetty tweet as he gave updates about his next project, bankrolled under his production house. 
Sakutumba Sametha, a popular line on wedding cards, is the title of this film, which is a family drama-comedy revolving around an engagement break up,” says director Rahul, who is co-written the story with Pooja Sudhir.  

The film introduces Bharath CB and Siri Ravikumar in the lead, along with Achyuth Kumar, Krishna Hebbale, Pushpa Belavadi, Rekha Kudligi, and Jayalaxmi Patil. “We went on floors with this film in February and have completed the shooting. Now, we are in the post-production stage,” says Rahul, adding, “We are yet to fix a release date, and decide whether it will see an OTT release or hit the silver screen.”

Having written The Seven Odds together, Rahul has also worked as an associate director in Ulidavaru Kandanathe, Ricky, and Kirik Party.  The director was part of Rishab’s anthology, Katha Sangama. However, Sakutumba Sametha will be his first independent feature film.

Produced by Gupta, the film has two DOP’s -- Karm Chawla and Sandeep Valluri. The music is scored by Midhun Mukundan.

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