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Shivarajkumar’s 125th film titled Veda

The film will bring together the Century Star and director A Harsha for the fourth time

Published: 11th March 2021

We earlier reported that Shivarajkumar and director Harsha might team up for the star's 125th project. Now, this project has been officially confirmed. The film has been titled Veda and carries the tagline: The Brutal 1960s. 

It will be officially launched on Thursday. This will be the first venture bankrolled by Shivarajkumar’s home banner. According to a source, an announcement about the film will be made with a simple pooja and a poster release on the occasion of Shivaratri.

Veda is said to be a village-based film and the tagline hints at the plot being set in the 1960s. The actor-director duo share a good rapport and are joining hands for the fourth time. They have earlier worked together in Vajrakaya, Bhajarangi, and Bhajarangi 2

Shivarajkumar is currently shooting for Shivappa. The film, directed by Vijay Milton, is on floors and the team has completed their second schedule. Shivanna's next and 124th film will be with writer-turned-director Ram Dhulipudi, which will be followed by Harsha’s film, the shooting of which will begin in June or July.

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