Shubha Poonja to play crime reporter in her next movie ‘Ambuja’

Team Udayavani, Aug 10, 2020, 12:20 PM IST

Actress Shubha Poonja, who has so far excelled in bold and glamorous roles, is now preparing to don the serious impressions as a crime reporter in her next movie titled ‘Ambuja.’

Srini, who had earlier directed the movie ‘Kelavu Dinagala Nantara,’ will be directing this movie based on a real incident that took place a few years ago with the Lambani family at Vijayapura.

Kashinath D Madivalar is writing and producing the movie and has stated the story to be a horror-cum-romantic comedy. The script work has already completed and other pre-production work is underway.

In the movie, Govinde Gowda will be pairing with Shubha Poonja.

Selection of other cast and crew members is ongoing and the shooting of the movie will begin in September or October.

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