G V Prakash's Next Film is Rajesh's Version of The Hangover

The film will feature two heroines — Nikki Galrani and Avika Gaur, a Telugu heroine.

Published: 12th March 2016 03:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th March 2016 03:20 AM   |  A+A-

Music director and actor G V Prakash, who has delivered back-to-back hits in Darling (2015) and Trisha Illa Nayanthara (2015), has begun work on his first film titled Kadavul Irrukan Kumaru with director Rajesh. Work on the film began with a pooja on Saturday.

My Next Film.jpgTalking to City Express, G V Prakash said, “I have just begun work on the film which will be different from all Rajesh’s other films. Of course, this too will be high on humour, but it will be quite unique. It will be of the same type as the English film The Hangover (2009). You could call this film ‘Rajesh’s version of The Hangover’. We began shooting at Sathyam because Rajesh has this sentiment about beginning his projects there. Work on even his first film Siva Manasula Sakthi (2009) began here.”

The film will feature two heroines — Nikki Galrani and Avika Gaur, a Telugu heroine. G V Prakash plays the role of Kumaru, a normal, middle-class guy, and will have RJ Balaji with him for company throughout the film. The villain’s roles will be played by Prakash Raj, which G V says will be interesting. The team will shoot in Chennai for three days and then head to Puducherry, to continue shooting. The team intends to release the film by the end of this year.

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