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Kiccha Sudeep treats Dhananjaya and team Twenty One Hours to homemade 'dose' before private screening of the thriller

The Kannada superstar tweeted that the thriller has an interesting plot.

  • OTTplay Team

Last Updated: 02.41 PM, May 18, 2022

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Kiccha Sudeep treats Dhananjaya and team Twenty One Hours to homemade 'dose' before private screening of the thriller
Sudeep with Dhananjaya and the team of Twenty one Hours

Kiccha Sudeep and Daali Dhananjaya have struck up quite a friendship, it seems. It was not long ago that the actors exchanged numbers on the stage of the trailer launch of Thothapuri. Sudeep was the chief guest at the event, and had marvelled at Dhananjaya’s scenes in the trailer. Speaking at the event, Sudeep had said that Dhananjaya was an inspiring figure and one of the most intense, organic actors in the Kannada film industry. Sudeep had urged Dhananjaya to continue doing good work. Shortly after, Sudeep called Dhananjaya and a few others home for a boys’ night out, images of which they shared on social media.

Dhananjaya was at Sudeep’s house again, this time with the team of his upcoming release, the Kannada-Malayalam mystery thriller 21 Hours. The team gave Sudeep a private screening of the film at his state-of-the-art home theatre, before which he treated them to a round of home-made dose. Dhananjaya took to social media to share this news, adding that Sudeep shared his feedback with the team and wished them all the best ahead of its theatrical release on May 20. “In love with your honesty and straightforwardness, @kicchasudeep,” wrote the Natarakshasa, to which Sudeep responded, “Always a pleasure @Dhananjayaka. #TwentyOneHours is an interesting plot and u have taken it upon ua shoulder n have lifted it well. Luvd the background score. Best wshs to the team.”

During the trailer launch of Twenty One Hours, Dhananjaya had said, “This film promises a good investigative thriller. The story focuses on a Malayali girl who goes missing in Bengaluru. I play the undercover cop investigating this case. This is not a regular-format film and can be called an experiment.” The film was earlier meant to be a straight-to-OTT release, but the team decided against it. In Karnataka, KRG Studios will distribute it.

The film, directed by Jaishankar Pandit, also stars Durga Krishna, Sudev Nair and Rahul Madhavan, among others.

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