JD Chakravarthy to Direct a Kannada Film

Made under the banner of Pooja Gandhi\'s production house, it will be an expensive film.

Published: 26th April 2016 07:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th April 2016 07:45 AM   |  A+A-


Pooja Gandhi's continuous exploration in the Kannada industry has only added to her self-confidence. The actress, who is determined to raise the bar for herself is all set for her next venture, to be made under her home production.

JD.jpgPooja has convinced the multitalented JD Chakrvarthy to direct a film in Kannada. The actress is currently busy with the pre-production work.     The project has only got bigger after her association with the actor and director of South Indian industry, who also produces films.  He has also worked in Bollywood films.

As reported earlier, the duo will also be seen as actors in Ravani, which will also be taking off in the coming days.

Our sources say, "This will be an expensive film in Pooja's career. They have planned one song, which will be shot over 37 days. Chakravarthy  as a director and actor, is very selective about his subject.

So his directorial debut in Kannada under Pooja's production remains cloaked in mystery.  

This yet-to-be-titled project will be a love thriller and the actress will go for a lean look. More details will be revealed by the director himself, when he is here on May 1."

Chakravarthy has mostly worked in Telugu, Tamil, Malyalam and Hindi films.

He made his directorial debut with Darwaza Bandh Rakho and followed it up with films like Darna Zaroori Hai, Homam and Sidham.

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