‘Bhairavana Kone Paata’: Shivarajkumar’s first look from Hemanth M Rao’s film out

‘Bhairavana Kone Paata’, starring Shivarajkumar and directed by Hemanth M Rao, is touted to be an action drama set in the 14th century

Published - July 09, 2024 01:06 pm IST

First-look poster of Shivarajkumar’s ‘Bhairavana Kone Paata’, directed by Hemant M Rao.

First-look poster of Shivarajkumar’s ‘Bhairavana Kone Paata’, directed by Hemant M Rao. | Photo Credit: @hemanthrao11/X

The first look of Shivarajkumar from Hemanth M Rao’s upcoming film is out. The film, bankrolled by Dr Vaishak J Gowda, is titled Bhairavana Kone Paata.

In the first look, Shivarajkumar is seen in an armour, sporting grey hair. The veteran star is see using a vintage binocular. Shivarajkumar will play the titular character, Bhairava.

The film is touted to be an action drama set in the 14th century. The technical crew of the historical film is yet to be announced. The movie, to be originally made in Kannada, will be released in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam.

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This is Hemanth’s first collaboration with Shivarajkumar. He is back to direction after the hit Sapta Sagaradaache Ello films (Side A and Side B). Meanwhile, Shivarajkumar is awaiting the release of Bhairathi Ranagal, the prequel to the hit 2017 movie, Mufti. He is also part of music composer Arjun Janya’s directorial debut, 45, also starring Upendra and Raj B Shetty.

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