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Virat takes a cue from Virat Kohli

Kiss, directed by AP Arjun, is introducing Virat to tinsel town, who is making a transition from the small screen to the silverscreen. The film also marks the debut of Sreeleela.

Published: 20th December 2017 11:10 PM  |   Last Updated: 21st December 2017 09:36 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Kiss, directed by AP Arjun, is introducing Virat to tinsel town, who is making a transition from the small screen to the silverscreen. The film also marks the debut of Sreeleela.

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The makers recently completed the climax fight scene, choreographed by stunt master Ravi Varma. Having completed the talkie portions, the team is getting ready to shoot the song sequences, for which they are looking for the best locations outside India. Meanwhile, an interesting still shared with City
Express caught our attention.  The hero has tried to pose exactly like his namesake, Virat Kohli, in
the still, which was captured at Chisel, a fitness centre backed by Kohli.

Though the director has shared Virat’s look from the film with us, he refuses to divulge information behind the actor’s pose and wants to keep it a surprise. Arjun has written the story and screenplay for Kiss, and has brought in a whole lot of newcomers. The film is being made under Rashtrakuta Pictures, and is produced by V Ravikumar.  Ananthnag and Sadhu Kokila will be playing prominent roles in the film. V Harikrishna is composing the music for the film, and Girish Gowda is the cinematographer.



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