Directed by Anup Bhandari, the film was earlier titled Phantom. The name was recently changed to Vikrant Rona.
Teaser and title logo of Sudeep’s Vikrant Rona unveiled at the Burj Khalifa
Chennai - 01 Feb 2021 13:30 IST
The teaser and title logo of actor Sudeep’s upcoming Kannada action-thriller Vikrant Rona was unveiled in a grand manner yesterday at the Burj Khalifa. The event was organized to celebrate Sudeep completing 25 years as an actor.
Directed by Anup Bhandari, the film was earlier titled Phantom. The name was recently changed to Vikrant Rona. The film is tipped to be an action thriller and Sudeep plays a character called Vikrant Rona in the movie.
Sudeep took to Twitter to speak about the event.
Thanks @BurjKhalifa fr personally sending me this video .. thanks #Dubai for hosting us soo well.— Kichcha Sudeepa (@KicchaSudeep) January 31, 2021
Mch luv 🙏🏼.
Wil be posting a HD video of the same wth a greater sound quality n a grander view, tomorrow.
Thanking all u frnzz once again fr the unconditional luv,,thru & thru.
Several celebrities, from Mohanlal to Upendra and Shiva Rajkumar, wished Sudeep on completing 25 years in the industry.
Actor Upendra shared a video on Twitter and wrote, “Congratulations Kiccha Sudeep for successful completion of 25 years in the film industry. Best wishes.”
Shiva Rajkumar took to Twitter and wrote, “Congratulations Kiccha Sudeep for completing 25 years in the industry. Keep rocking.”
Actor Ganesh congratulated Sudeep for "completing 25 glorious years”. He shared on Twitter, “Keep entertaining... lots of love. All the best to your future projects.”
“Congratulations on completing 25 years Kiccha Sudeep sir! A journey this inspiring deserves a celebration that the world will stand witness to!” tweeted actor Nirup Bhandari.
Vikrant Rona was the first mainstream Kannada film for which shooting resumed in July last year when the COVID-19 pandemic-induced lockdown was eased.
In a report on the Cinema Express website, producer Manjunath Gowda opened up on going back to the sets amid the pandemic. “The decision was taken by the production house in consultation with the actor and director after the government granted permission to start film shoots," Manjunath Gowda said. "A limited crew, including me, Sudeep, director Anup Bhandari, and a few others will be in institutional quarantine for seven days, before we start the shoot.”