Kiccha Sudeep is good to go to open the 51st edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa today. The actor is the chief guest and will open the film festival alongside Union Minister Prakash Javadekar and different dignitaries on stage. In contrast to consistently, this year the film festival will have restricted seating and movies screenings will be stunned attributable to the current pandemic.
In the interim, Sudeep finished 25 years in the film industry and at a well known honor show stated, “25 years in the film industry was a big dream come true for me. These years have been full of excitement, hard work, and various ups and downs and am extremely thankful to all my fans who have made me what I am today.”
On the work front, the actor’s most recent look in Upendra-starrer Kabza created a significant ruckus among film lovers. The group had a week ago declared that a big pan Indian star would join the cast. Furthermore, it is in all honesty Sudeep himself. Sudeep and Upendra will rejoin on screen after their social parody Mukunda Murari. This film will see the two together for the first time against an underworld backdrop. Then, Sudeep is busy with his movie Phantom, directed by Anup Bhandari, in which he plays Vikrant Rona.
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