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Star Choreographer Brinda suffers injuries

Monday, December 11, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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In a surprising turn of events, it has been revealed that the acclaimed choreographer Brinda sustained injuries during a film shoot. Brinda is currently choreographing dance sequences for Manchu Vishnu's ambitious project, "Kannappa," which is being filmed in the picturesque locations of New Zealand.

The unfortunate incident occurred during the shooting of a song, prompting an immediate halt to the production. The film's crew swiftly arranged for Brinda's transfer to a nearby hospital to address her injuries. The incident, which reportedly took place on Sunday, was kept under wraps by the filmmakers.

This is not the first setback during the filming of "Kannappa," as Manchu Vishnu had previously encountered injuries while shooting in New Zealand. Despite these challenges, the project continues to captivate attention due to its stellar cast, featuring Prabhas, Nayanthara, Mohanlal, Shiva Rajkumar, Sarathkumar, and Madhubala in pivotal roles. Directed by Mukesh Kumar Singh, renowned for his work on "Mahabharat," the film's musical composition is orchestrated by Mani Sharma, with cinematographer Sheldon Shau contributing to its visual brilliance.

Anticipation is building around this project, especially considering its classification as a devotional entertainer set to release in multiple Indian languages. Prabhas takes on the revered role of Lord Shiva, while Nayanthara portrays the divine character of Goddess Parvathi. The recent unveiling of the first look featuring Manchu Vishnu in the role of the devoted Kannappa has stirred immense excitement, resonating with potent devotional vibes and captivating audiences.

Adding to the allure, the period film weaves a compelling narrative, skillfully crafted through the collaborative efforts of esteemed writers Paruchuri Gopalakrishna, Burra Sai Madhav, and Thota Prasad. The combination of stellar performances and a richly layered storyline promises a cinematic experience that transcends linguistic boundaries, further heightening the eagerness surrounding its release. Manchu Vishnu is taking it as a prestigious project and is keen to give a visual experience never seen before to the movie lovers.

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