Shivarajkumar to play a teacher in Drona

The film will be helmed by Pramod Chakravarthy, will show the actor in a unique role

Published: 12th June 2018 07:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th June 2018 07:43 AM   |  A+A-


Express News Service

One actor who is the talk of the town in Sandalwood currently is Shivarajkumar. Giving all the younger actors a run for their money, the Tagaru hero only has movies on his mind.

While shuffling between the sets of Rustum, Kavacha and The Villain, the actor is already getting ready to start on his next project - a film to be helmed by Pramod Chakravarthy. This will be Chakravarthy’s second directorial venture after Sugreeva.

The film has an interesting title as well, Drona. While the muhurath of this project is planned for June 22, the shooting will begin sometime in August, and only after Shivanna is done with his other commitments.  

From the first looks of the film, which City Express has gotten hold of, it’s evident that he is in the mood to try out a variety of characters. In Drona, he will be featured in yet another interesting - a teacher’s character.  More details will be revealed on the launch date.

The film, made under Dolphin Media House, also stars Swati Sharma, Rangayana Raghu, V Manohar, Sadhu Kokila and others in the cast.

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