Fortuner brings Diganth and Sonu Gowda together

Film marks the directorial debut of J Manjunath; second schedule  starts today

Published: 11th October 2017 09:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th October 2017 09:22 AM   |  A+A-

Sonu and Diganth

By Express News Service

Diganth is currently working with debutant director J Manjunath for a project, the second schedule of which is going to start from today. Its title Fortuner seems apt for Diganth’s character in this family drama. The actor plays the spoilt son of an MLA.

Fortuner also features a fresh pair, with Sonu Gowda paired opposite the actor. Even though the two had opportunities to work for other films earlier, these projects did not go further than a photoshoot. Filmmakers of Fortuner have shared photos from the sets of the film, and they point to an entertainer.
Fortuner also features Rathanram, Swathi Sharama and Lakshmi Siddhaiah  among others in the cast.

The crew will shoot most of the movie in Bengaluru, with only one song shoot done abroad, and all of that would be done in a 45-day schedule as planned by the filmmakers. The film has music by Poorna Chandra Tejaswi and cinematography by Madhusudan. Meanwhile the Chowka actor is gearing up for his next project, which will be helmed by Senna Hegde, and made under Pushkar Films.

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