Two big stars' films go on floors from today

Darshan\'s Chakravarthy and Sudeep’s Hebbuli start shoot after they seek goddess Chamundeshwari blessings.

Published: 23rd May 2016 05:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd May 2016 05:52 AM   |  A+A-


While Darshan's Jaggu Dada is up for release in June, the actor gears up for his next Chakravarthy, whose shooting kickstarts from Monday. in Mysuru. Chintan,  who debuts  as director with this, not only gave a makeover for Darshan, who is seen in a retro look, but also managed to bring in an interesting star cast that includes Dinakar in an antagonist with Aditya and Srujan Lokesh playing pivotal roles. Anjali will be seen opposite the Challenging Star. Another interesting fact is Arjun Janya for the first time will be scoring music for a Darshan film, "This opportunity was only possible because of director Chintan and Darshan. I am working towards giving the best, " Arjun says.  HC Venu is the cinematographer for Chakravarthy. Produced by Sandesh Nagaraj and Siddhant, the first schedule of Chakravarthy will take place between Bengaluru and Mysuru. 

Sudeep, who is almost done shooting with Kottigobba 2 will now start shoot for his much talked about film, Hebbuli that will go on floors from Monday. With the film to be made at one stretch, the initial schedule is planned in Bengaluru and later will be heading to Kashmir and other places.  This being the second film of S Krishna after Gajakesari is made under SRV Productions in association with Umapathy Films.

Hebbuli features Amala Paul in the lead. She is making her debut in Kannada. 

The film has  Arjun Janya scoring the music and A Karunakar as cinematographer. Though Sudeep's new new hairstyle has been kept as a secret, it is said that there are more surprises coming out from the Hebbuli camp, for which we have to watch. 


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