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‘I’ Inspires Nammagagi Team to head to China

Published: 22nd January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st January 2015 11:03 PM   |  A+A-

Raghuram and the rest of the Kannada film Nammagagi team is currently going around Bengaluru with roses. According to the director, it is a symbol of how a boy proposes to the girl in the bit that they are shooting.  “The love angle is currently being shot between Tarun (Vijay Raghavendra) and Madhu (Radhika Kumaraswamy) for which we have shot scenes on HMT road, at Meenakshi Mall, Sankey Tank among other spots. Tarun is been proposing his love through music, campaigns, messages. We are arranging around 50,000 balloons for one particular scene that will be shot over the next few days,” explains Raghu.

With just 15 per cent of the shoot completed, the director has already planned his outdoor shoot in China that will take place in March or April.  And his decision came through after watching Vikram’s latest film I. “Initially, our plan was to go to Malaysia, but I got so attracted to the locations that Shankar had chosen for his film in China that now, we want to consider the same locations for our film.  Apparently, the flower season starts in March-April and it is the right time to capture the beauty of the places. We have already started legwork for the trip,” he says.  



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