Devaraj on experimental mode, to play deaf, dumb and mute in his next

We have all seen Devaraj in a variety of roles. As a strict father, emotional brother or as a tough police officer, he always gives justice to the roles he dons.

Published: 05th December 2017 10:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th December 2017 10:49 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

We have all seen Devaraj in a variety of roles. As a strict father, emotional brother or as a tough police officer, he always gives justice to the roles he dons. Now, at this age, the evergreen actor has taken up an experimental role. The actor is all set to play a deaf, dumb and mute in his next film 3 gante 30 Dina 30 sec. The film starring Arun Gowda and Kavya Shetty, has Devraj playing the role of a retired military officer.

“The film runs on seven episodes and this particular episode will only add patriotic value to the film,” says the director, who tells us that it was very challenging to shoot the actor. He added that he went speechless after Devaraj’s act, who had to communicate without speaking, seeing and hearing. Joining him is actress Sudharani. The two bring in an unexpected twist in the thriller, and transforms the whole episode into another level. 3 Gante 30 dina 30 second has music by V Sridhar ands has Srinivas Ramaiah as its cameraman.

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