Rakshit Shetty has become the talk of the town after the teaser of his next "Avane Srimannaryana" was number one in India's trending list for the past four days. And now, he has silently started his next, "Charlie 777". The film, which is about the bond between a dog and a man is currently being shot in Mangaluru.
The makers have chosen the fish market of Kankanady for the film. The story sees Charlie, as a pup, escape from someplace and wander from one place to another. He is hungry and in search of food and, coincidentally, soon finds himself in a fish market. As the scene required an exclusive fish selling zone, which is not available anywhere else in the state, the makers chose Mangaluru. The shooting of this scene is on-going.
After wrapping up this portion, the team will move to Sakleshpur and then Mysuru, where leading man Rakshit will join the shoot. Meanwhile, Charlie has already undergone intense training for over four months with a British dog trainer and has become quite a performer.
The film is being directed by Kiranraj. Rakshit Shetty is producing the film, while Pushkar will present the film. The makers are aiming to release the film in February 2019.
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