Vikrant Rona Jacqueline Fernandez Completes Shooting
Jacqueline Fernandez completes shooting for Kannada debut film Vikrant Rona, see pic
Jacqueline Fernandez, who will make her Kannada debut in the film Vikrant Rona, has finished shooting for her portion in the film. It stars Kichcha Sudeep in the lead role
Actor Jacqueline Fernandez on Saturday completed taking pictures for her component in the upcoming Kannada movie Vikrant Rona, which stars Kichcha Sudeep within the lead. Director Anup Bhandari said he will display the first appearance of Jacqueline’s individual along with the call quickly.
In a FB post, Anup thanked Jacqueline. He also shared a picture from the sets. Going via Anup’s submit, Jacqueline has already finished taking pictures of her phase inside the film.
As per reports, Jacqueline becomes signed for a quick roll, and he or she has even shot for a song with Sudeep.
“It changed into a delight operating with you! Your 1st look & individual name will be releasing quickly & I’m certain the target audience will love it. Let’s meet over again within the dubbing studio. Till then – “Swalpa Jopana” (sic).” Anup wrote.
The venture, which is being made on huge finance, turned into at the beginning titled Phantom. Sudeep plays a person referred to as Vikrant Rona. Sooner or later, the makers modified the movie’s title to Vikrant Rona.
Earlier this 12 months, the teaser and the identifying emblem of the film become unveiled at the Burj Khalifa on the occasion of Sudeep finishing 25 years in the enterprise. “Vikrant Rona Jacqueline Fernandez Completes Shooting”
Soon after the launch, Sudeep took to Twitter and wrote: “thank you @BurjKhalifa for my part sending me this video. Thanks, Dubai for web hosting us so properly. Lots Luv. Maybe posting an HD video of the same with an extra sound nice n a grander view, the following day. Thanking all of u frizz another time for the unconditional Luv, through & through.”
Vikrant Rona becomes the primary mainstream Kannada film to renew shooting from July’s final 12 months amid the coronavirus pandemic.