The film, produced by RRR Motion Pictures, will go on floors in June, once Abishek completes his commitment with the Duniya Soori directorial, Bad Manners
Last Updated: 06.23 AM, May 29, 2022
The norm in filmi circles these days is to make big announcements on the star’s birthday. Today is the late Rebel Star Ambareesh’s birthday and what better occasion than this for his son, Abishek to present new information about his upcoming films to his fans. It had been reported earlier that the actor, who is called Junior Rebel Star by fans, will collaborate with cinematographer-director S Krishna on his next, called Kaali.
Krishna, who last made the pan-India film Pailwaan with Kiccha Sudeep, has been quoted as saying that he is presenting a romantic entertainer set in the 90s, at the height of the Cauvery agitation and riots. The first-look of Abishek’s character looks fierce, in keeping with this theme; there’s fire all around him, which could signify the unrest of the time period. At the moment, no other details are known about the rest of the cast of Kaali. Revealing the first look, Krishna had written on social media, “Remembering legend #RebelStar #Ambareesh sir on his Birthday&Starting our new Journey wit #AbishekAmbareesh revealing #KaaliFirstlook poster on this SplDay, Frnd’s Team #Kaali need your ❤️Wishes,Support. @iswapnakrishna @RRRmotion_pics @devkrish14 @saggy953645”.
Produced by Krishna’s home banner, RRR Motion Pictures, led by his wife, Swapna, the story of Kaali has been written by the filmmaker himself. The makers are looking at going on floors in June, as soon as Abishek completes his current commitment, Bad Manners, with Duniya Soori.
Later in the day, Ayogya and Madhagaja maker S Mahesh Kumar is announcing his next, which is rumoured to be with Abishek. Meanwhile, Bad Manners, which is believed to be a relaunch of sorts for the star kid, sees him as a rough-and-tough cop. The film pairs Abishek with Rachita Ram and Priyanka Kumar. Bad Manners has music by MR Charanraj, cinematography by Shekar S and dialogues by Maasti.