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Viraat: I’ve been waiting to begin shooting for Addhuri Lover for the longest time- Cinema express

Viraat: I’ve been waiting to begin shooting for Addhuri Lover for the longest time

The KISS hero is excited to begin shooting for AP Arjun’s directorial from July 21

Published: 09th July 2021

Addhuri Lover is finally set to go on floors on July 21, and lead hero, Viraat, who made his debut with AP Arjun’s KISS, is raring to face the camera for his second film. This film too will be directed by AP Arjun, who will juggle this project with Dhruva Sarja's next.

“I have been waiting to begin shooting for this film for the longest time. The muhurath of Addhuri Lover took place during the first pandemic lockdown, and when we wanted to begin shooting, the second lockdown was announced. When a film, which has been on hold for so long, begins, the excitement hits the roof. I begin the journey with prayers that there would be no more lockdown,” says Viraat.

The actor is currently honing his dancing and stunt skills for his sophomore film. Meanwhile, he is also working out to bulk up his body. “We will begin shooting in Dandeli for a 15-day schedule, and later on, we will shoot in Bengaluru and head to Ooty, and Kerala,” says Viraat. What is more exciting for the actor is that Addhuri Lover will be shot in two languages - Kannada and Telugu. “The project is made on a big scale, and I am glad to take a foot in Tollywood with Addhuri Lover,” he says.

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