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Darshan, a US-educated leader who entered politics just a few months ago after the death of his father K S Puttannaiah, had polled about 74,000 votes in the assembly election in Melukote constituency
Tentatively titled D53, the poster shows two hands, of a man and a child with an image of Ravana in the background.
Apparently, the story has been discussed in brief with Darshan, who has liked it and has given his nod, even as the script is yet to be worked on completely.
Dismissing reports of an undeclared ban being imposed on the media at Sabarimala, DGP Loknath Behera on Sunday said there were no such restrictions.
In a week from now, Chhattisgarh, the state most affected by Naxal violence, is about to go to first phase of Assembly polls.
However, Dantewada Superintendent of Police (SP) Abhishek Pallav punctured their claims and questioned why Naxals looted Sahu's camera if they did not intend to target media.
An anguished Singh condemned the Maoist attack as a 'cowardly act'. He directed the officials to step-up the anti-Maoist operations and ensure 'free, fair and peaceful' polls in the region.
The Maoist attacked them while they were passing through a forest in Aranpur under Dantewada limits on two motorcycles.
In his condolence message on Twitter, the Information and Broadcasting Minister 'strongly' condemned the attack on Doordarshan News crew in the Maoist-affected Dantewada.
The Tharun Sudhir directorial, produced by Umapathy, will be unveiled on November 6 for Deepavali.
The film, based on the Mahabharata, is helmed by more than one director, and features Darshan in a role of Duryodhana.
Pooja Kumar, who was last seen opposite to Kamal Haasan in Vishwaroopam 2, will now star in a Bollywood anthology film called 'The Invisible Man'.
Darshan is looking forward to resuming the pending work for his upcoming film 'Yajamana' and will start dubbing for the film early next week.
Given the film is based on a serial killer, passing the censors without major cuts was a concern but Ramkumar is happy that none of the shots crucial to the plot were cut out.
Tirumala JEO KS Srinivasa Raju said that the weekdays along with the weekends would also be equally filled with devotees and there would be nearly two-km long queues outside the temple premises.