Vikrant Rona: Kichcha Sudeep opens up on unveiling the logo of his action-adventure at Burj Khalifa

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Kichcha Sudeep is all set to enthral the audience with his upcoming film Vikrant Rona. The action-adventure-thriller movie directed by Anup Bhandari. The makers of the film are all set to unveil the film’s logo at Dubai’s Burj Khalifa today. Obviously, the actor and his fans are all excited to watch the grand event.

Ahead of the grand event, Kichcha Sudeep opened up about giving a sneak peek of his magnum opus to his UAE fans. Interestingly, Kichcha will also be celebrating 25 years of his career in Dubai.

Speaking about unveiling the first look of Vikrant Rona in Dubai, Kichcha told Khaleej Times, that the film’s crew has travelled a long way amidst the Covid and have completed the shoot successfully with 300-400 crew members daily. “We thought Let’s do something nobody has done. So if you are trying to reach out to the world, the world has to see from the right place and what better building than the Burj Khalifa! Covid has brought out the best in everybody, especially how to reach out with minimal facilities. If you want to do something, do it right, this is what it is now,” the actor said.

 

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Sudeep has completed 25 years in the industry and he says that it is the people’s love that keeps him going. “I wouldn’t say this is a celebration of 25 successful years; I would say it is a celebration of survival! Entertainment field today is very difficult; there are new faces, new talents from across states, bombarding each television screen. It is not even that a language is there and you are the king of it, anybody comes in, anybody entertains. People need value for their money. It is not like the loyalty goes on for years.”

With Vikrant Rona, the makers will be creating history as it is going to be the first-ever movie to release 3 minutes video on the Burj Khalifa.

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