Dhruv Sarja Wants to Speed up

Published: 19th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th August 2014 02:56 AM   |  A+A-


Dhruv Sarja is best remembered for his debut Addhuri that was released in 2012. His next venture Bahaddur is now completed. The actor who previously believed in sticking to one film at a time has changed his approach now, as he feels he shouldn’t be taking it too slow. This time, Dhruv has signed up for two films and plans to work on them simultaneously.

 “I know I have to be extra cautious about the kind of films that I pick up. At the same time, I need to make my career a priority. I should speed up on my projects and I need to be seen more on the silver screen. That’s one of the reasons I have agreed to do two projects. One will be produced by Gangadhar, whose last film was Adhyakshya, and the other by R S Productions. The rest of the details will be revealed soon. My uncle (Arjun Sarja) will be in town sometime this week and I hope to discuss my projects with him before making an announcement,” he says.

 Meanwhile, the makers of Bahaddhur are coming up with a mega audio release on August 25.

“The producers of the film have planned a big event at Kanakapura and they are hoping to have three audio releases of Bahaddhur in a row. After Kanakapura, they plan to release the audio at Mysore and Hubli. This way, we will also cater to the upmarket of Karnataka. The film will be released next month and I am eagerly waiting,” he says.

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