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First look of multi-starrer 'Naragasooran' released

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The first look poster of Karthick Naren's upcoming trilingual suspense drama "Naragasooran", starring Swami, Indrajith Sukumaran, Sundeep Kishan and Shriya Saran, was unveiled on Sunday.

"'Naragasooran'. Dark and emotionally intense suspense drama. As a team we are really excited about the project. Need all your support as well," film's director Naren tweeted on Sunday.

He also shared the film's poster.

It's said to be the story of a fallen demon, which is also mentioned in the poster.

Naga Chaitanya was supposed to play one of the leads. He was replaced by Sundeep Kishan.

Naren had told IANS that he met Sundeep in Goa and pitched for the story.

"He was very excited and he immediately came on board. We plan to start shooting from August-end or early September. We are targeting next year release," he said.

Naren went on to confirm that Naga Chaitanya, with whom he still shares a good relationship, exited the project due to "date issues".

"He explained that he is busy with other commitments. We are still on good terms and would love to collaborate in the future," he said.

The film, which will be released in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam, will have music by Ron Yohann.

--IANS

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First look of multi-starrer 'Naragasooran' released

The first look poster of Karthick Naren's upcoming trilingual suspense drama "Naragasooran", starring Arvind Swami, Indrajith Sukumaran, Sundeep Kishan and Shriya Saran, was unveiled on Sunday.

The first look poster of Karthick Naren's upcoming trilingual suspense drama "Naragasooran", starring Swami, Indrajith Sukumaran, Sundeep Kishan and Shriya Saran, was unveiled on Sunday.

"'Naragasooran'. Dark and emotionally intense suspense drama. As a team we are really excited about the project. Need all your support as well," film's director Naren tweeted on Sunday.

He also shared the film's poster.

It's said to be the story of a fallen demon, which is also mentioned in the poster.

Naga Chaitanya was supposed to play one of the leads. He was replaced by Sundeep Kishan.

Naren had told IANS that he met Sundeep in Goa and pitched for the story.

"He was very excited and he immediately came on board. We plan to start shooting from August-end or early September. We are targeting next year release," he said.

Naren went on to confirm that Naga Chaitanya, with whom he still shares a good relationship, exited the project due to "date issues".

"He explained that he is busy with other commitments. We are still on good terms and would love to collaborate in the future," he said.

The film, which will be released in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam, will have music by Ron Yohann.

--IANS

hp/sug/vt

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First look of multi-starrer 'Naragasooran' released

The first look poster of Karthick Naren's upcoming trilingual suspense drama "Naragasooran", starring Swami, Indrajith Sukumaran, Sundeep Kishan and Shriya Saran, was unveiled on Sunday.

"'Naragasooran'. Dark and emotionally intense suspense drama. As a team we are really excited about the project. Need all your support as well," film's director Naren tweeted on Sunday.

He also shared the film's poster.

It's said to be the story of a fallen demon, which is also mentioned in the poster.

Naga Chaitanya was supposed to play one of the leads. He was replaced by Sundeep Kishan.

Naren had told IANS that he met Sundeep in Goa and pitched for the story.

"He was very excited and he immediately came on board. We plan to start shooting from August-end or early September. We are targeting next year release," he said.

Naren went on to confirm that Naga Chaitanya, with whom he still shares a good relationship, exited the project due to "date issues".

"He explained that he is busy with other commitments. We are still on good terms and would love to collaborate in the future," he said.

The film, which will be released in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam, will have music by Ron Yohann.

--IANS

hp/sug/vt

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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