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Ragini Dwivedi begins shooting for her first film since the pandemic with Sorry

Directed by Brahma, the film, a revenge saga, will see the actress in three shades.

Prathibha Joy
Nov 11, 2021
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Ragini Dwivedi in her look from the film, Sorry

On Wednesday, Ragini Dwivedi began shooting for her first film in a while. The actress, whose last release was Adhyaksha In America, posted images from the set of the film, Sorry, including a deglam look. “I have signed up for a couple of projects, but Sorry, which also has a tagline, ‘Karma Returns’, is the first to go on floors. There’s also Karva 3, Johnny Walker and the song from Shreyas Manju’s Raana. In fact, I will be shooting for Sorry and Raana almost simultaneously. Sorry is being made by an international production house, with Brahma, a 2D animation and visual effects specialist, as the director. It is a unique revenge saga with a social message in it. While we are looking at making it as a commercial feature film, there will be a version for the festival circuit as well. My character is central to the plot, but there are several others, in smaller but pivotal roles that will complete the narrative. The first schedule is currently being shot in Bengaluru. In fact, we should be able to wrap it up soon enough, given that there are limitations to the run-time, if it has to be sent to film festivals,” she says, adding that her character has three shades to it. “There’s an action block for my character, as well as a glam bit, so there are a lot of variations, which will make it a fun role to do,” she says.

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Ragini in a still from the film

In December, the actress will start working on Johnny Walker, directed by debutant Vedhik Veera. “Johnny Walker is a three-language action-thriller film that will be shot with an ensemble cast, in which I play an undercover cop. It’s a very well thought out character. The film pairs me with Abhay Veer. The team is currently finalizing the music and have filmmaker-lyricists Yogaraj Bhat, Chethan Kumar and Nagendra Prasad on board to write the songs. The technical team is the same that worked on Ugramm earlier, so, I am quite excited about the film,” she says.


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