Shivanna joins The Villain team in London

Director Prem, who is bang on target with the shoot for his upcoming film The Villain, has  completed portions in Malayasia and has left for London where the next leg of shooting has been planned.

Published: 17th July 2017 11:28 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th July 2017 09:01 AM   |  A+A-

Shivarajkumar and Rakshita

By Express News Service

Director Prem, who is bang on target with the shoot for his upcoming film The Villain, has  completed portions in Malayasia and has left for London where the next leg of shooting has been planned. Joining the director and actors Sudeep and Amy Jackson is Shivarajkumar, who will started shooting for his portions from Monday. The actor’s new look revealed by the filmmakers through social media has gone viral. The movie’s 26-member crew has a 15-day stop at London, and Prem plans to shoot at major locations including the Waterloo Station,

Westerminister Bridge and River Thames. Also spotted on The Villian set was Prem’s wife and actor Rakshita, who posed for a selfie with Shivanna.The movie produced by CR Manohar, under Tavni Productions, has music by Arjun Janya and cinematography by Gire.

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