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Arvind Swamy and Naga Chaitanya shoot NC22 action sequences in new Hyderabad schedule 

The film is being shot in both languages, Tamil and Telugu

Published: 11th November 2022

An action-packed schedule of NC22, the upcoming Naga Chaitanya film with Venkat Prabhu has commenced in Hyderabad. It will be a Tamil-Telugu bilingual and marks the maiden collaboration of the actor with director.

NC22 features Arvind Swamy as the antagonist, with Krithi Shetty playing the female lead. The current schedule is taking place within specially-built sets in Hyderabad. Aravind Swamy has joined the team and the intense action sequence is supervised by Mahesh Mathew master. Apart from Arvind Swamy and Naga Chaitanya, actors Krithi Shetty, Sarathkumar, and Sampath Raj are also participating in the shoot. The production works of the movie are happening at a brisk pace, and the film is being filmed in both languages.

While this yet-to-be-titled film marks Naga Chaitanya’s first Tamil movie, Venkat Prabhu is making his debut in Telugu. The film has music by the father-son duo of Ilaiyaraaja and Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film also stars Priyamani, Premji Amaren, Premi Vishwanath, Vennela Kishore, and others.

NC22 is backed by Srinivasaa Chitturi under the banner Srinivasaa Silver Screen. It is presented by Pavan Kumar.

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