Rishi Signs His Next With The Makers Of Sanju Weds Geetha

Actor Rishi, who made an impressive debut in Operation Alamelamma and then backed it up with Kavalidaari made under Puneeth Rajkumar's home banner - PRK Productions, has a series of projects lined up at present. Following his latest Kannada release, Ramana Avatara, Rishi has signed his next film to be produced by Pramod Narayan of Sanju Weds Geetha and Haage Summane fame.
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Actor Rishi as Bali in Telugu web series, Shaitan. Instagram/ Rishi

Monish Nagaraj, known by his screen name Rishi in the film industry, has signed his latest Kannada film with the makers of Sanju Weds Geetha and Haage Summane.
The yet-to-be-titled Kannada film starring Rishi in the lead is being produced by Pramod Narayan. It will be helmed by Kishore Bhargav.

In Both Kannada And Telugu

Rishi made a mark for himself with the Web series, Shaitan, which was streamed on the OTT platform Disney+ Hotstar, in which he played the role of Bali. Now, his next Kannada venture produced by Pramod Narayana, will be made in both Kannada and Telugu.
The film will be made under the banner Rocked Films, which is based in Mumbai and which belongs to Joydeep Biswas and Sonali Biswas.
In so far as the director is concerned, Kishore Bhargava, who hails from Karnataka, has worked with Ram Gopal Verma in the direction department for some time before making a film in Telugu. This film marks the Kannada debut of Kishore Bhargava.

In The Pipeline

While his latest film Ramana Avatara is a modern take on the epic Ramayana, Rishi is pinning his hopes on his other projects that include Rudhra Garuda Purana. The team recently released the motion poster that showcases him as a cop.
Following his acclaimed performance in Kavaludaari, produced by PRK Productions, Rishi reprises his role as a law enforcer, promising another riveting portrayal in Rudhra Garuda Purana.
In Telugu, Rishi has two more projects after Shaitan, one directed by Gopi, which features him in the lead role and is currently in production. Next directed by Bobby Kolli will see Rishi portraying an antagonist for the first time. The same also marks Bobby Deol's debut in South Indian cinema.
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