Arjun Sarja says Jai Anjaneya

City Express gets a few photographs from sets of Prema Baraha; Director has roped in Darshan, Chiranjeevi Sarja and Dhruva Sarja for a special song for Lord Hanuman

Published: 06th December 2017 09:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2017 09:47 AM   |  A+A-

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Everyone knows about Arjun Sarja's devotion for lord Hanuman, and he has managed to include a song on the god in his upcoming directorial Prema Baraha. The movie derives its title from a song Prema Baraha Koti Taraha, from the film Pratap released in 1993.

The track dedicated to lord Hanuman is also high on star value because it will feature Darshan, and Arjun Sarja's nephews Chiranjeevi Sarja and Dhruva Sarja.The song is currently being shot in Bengaluru in front of a huge Hanuman idol. City Express got hold of a few photographs from the saffron-coloured sets, and we spotted actor and director, Arjun Sarja, donning a kurta wtih jai sri ram printed on it.  Dhruva is an ardent devotee of lord Hanuman like his uncle. We hear Darshan and Chiranjeevi Sarja to join the sets from today.

Prema Baraha has Chandan Shetty playing the lead and Aishwarya Arjun marks her Kannada debut with this film.  The film also features Sadhu Kokila, Rangayana Raghu and Suhasini.The bilingual movie’s Tamil version has been titled Solli Vidava, retains the hero and heroine and have Suhasini, K Vishwanath, Sathish and Yogi Babu in the cast.

Both versions have music by Jessie Gift and cinematography by Venugopal. Shooting for Prema Baraha has been completed and now the movie is in post production stage.

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