Ganesh on shooting spree, no time to chill

Ganesh has his hands full with a basket of interesting projects and the man is in no mind to catch a break. And definitely not between the shooting for consecutive films.

Published: 04th April 2017 10:09 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th April 2017 03:10 AM   |  A+A-

Actor Ganesh.(EPS file photo)

By Express News Service

Ganesh has his hands full with a basket of interesting projects and the man is in no mind to catch a break. And definitely not between the shooting for consecutive films.

The recently released trailer of his film, Pataki garnered a lot of attention online and offline, especially because the actor plays a cop for the first time. The film features Ranya and
Priyanka in the female leads.   

As Pataki, directed by Manju Swaraj sets for a release in May, the actor is already set to wrap up shoot of his Mugulu Nage. The film is directed by Yogaraj Bhat.  

The last shooting schedule of the film was set at Barkur. The team will finish shooting  on Tuesday and will be left with just two days of patch work, which we hear will be done by April 10.
Mugulu Nage that brings back the actor-director after nine years, features three heroines - Apoorva, Ashika Ranganath and Nikitha Narayan with Amulya playing a guest appeance.

Ganesh’s next stop will be Chamak. The film directed by Suni has fixed April 6 as its muhurath date. It is all set to roll from April 14. The film, produced by Chandrashekar features Rashimka Mandanna opposite Ganesh.
Chamak will have music by Arjun Janya and cinematography by Karm Chawla.

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