Dhananjay takes over the production of Head Bush
The actor will be producing the pan-India film under his home banner, Daali Pictures in association with Somanna Talkies
Head Bush, starring Dhananjay as Bengaluru’s first underworld don, is finally set to go on floors from August 9. According to the latest development, producer Ashu Bedra has backed out of the project, and Dhananjay has taken over as the producer. The actor will be bankrolling the film under his banner Daali Pictures in association with Sommana Talkies. This marks the actor’s second production venture after Badava Rascal (set to release on September 24).
Directed by Shoonya and written by Agni Shridhar, the first-look poster of Head Bush was released last August, and was met with a good response from the fans. The film is set in the 60s and the 70s and will be released in two parts. The teenage version of the lead character will be played by Akash, portions of which were shot in the first schedule.
The crew has finalised the suitable locations, and will have some of the scenes filmed in busy spots of Bengaluru. The makers are getting ready with a teaser, which will be unveiled on August 23 on the occasion of Dhananjay’s birthday.
Head Bush has Charan Raj as the music director and Karm Chawla handling the cinematography.
Meanwhile, Dhananjay, who has completed work for Rohit Padaki’s Rathnan Prapancha, is juggling between his pan-Indian film Pushpa and the Shivarajkumar-starrer Bairagi.