Phantom: Kiccha Sudeep to shoot for his upcoming Kannada movie amid coronavirus scare

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Phantom: Kiccha Sudeep to shoot for his upcoming Kannada movie amid coronavirus scare

Last month, each Karnataka and Telangana governments relaxed sure restrictions and allowed movies to start shoot from June 15.

The newest update is that the makers of Kiccha Sudeep’s upcoming Kannada movie are planning to start the movie’s shoot this week, adhering to govt guidelines and rules. This might be first Kannada movie to go on flooring amid the coronavirus scare.

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Major parts of the movie might be shot in an enormous set erected at Annapurna Studios, Telangana. We hear that the team was suppose to start the shoot on July 1. However, on account of weather conditions they could not execute it as deliberate.

The makers are planning to shoot it with minimal crew and so they have also determined to have a health care provider and two nurses on the units. In truth, the complete crew engaged on Phantom is from Karnataka and so they have been supplied correct lodging. Shalini Manjunath, spouse of the movie’s producer Manjunath Gowda, has been discussing methods to execute the shoot with out affecting the well being of the forged and crew with the team for more than a month.

Moreover, the team has determined to not include aged actors and children in the first schedule of the movie. Directed by Anup Bhandari, the movie also characteristic Nirup Bhandari in essential function.

Meanwhile, Kiccha Sudeep can be engaged on the manufacturing of one other Kannada movie titled Kottigoba 3, directed by Shiva Karthik.

A couple of months in the past, there have been also speculations that the actor may play the antagonist in STR’s upcoming movie, Maanadu. However, the actor denied it as baseless rumours.

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