Sandalwood’s ‘Navarasa Nayaka’ Jaggesh will be seen taking up different genre of films in the near future. According to the latest reports, he will be seen playing a character with shades of grey in the upcoming A Hari Krishna directorial.
Titled 8 MM, Jaggesh will reportedly don a negative role in the film. The project has reached the post-production stage and will be ready for release this summer. The exact release date is expected to be announced soon.
Jaggesh is now all set to move on to his next that is to be directed by Kaviraj. In this film, the hero will be seen playing an encounter specialist. The director is currently busy with the prep work to get it on the floors this May. The film will have music composed by Gurukiran with AV Krishna Kumar roped in for cinematography. The buzz is that this Jaggesh starrer will be a thriller. It may be noted here that director Kaviraj made his directorial debut with the romantic film Maduve Mamatheya Kareyole that had Suraj and Amulya playing the lead pair.
Jaggesh began his acting career way back in 1982 with the film Ibbani Karagithu, in which he played only a small role. The actor was then seen in Shwetha Gulabi in 1985 and since then he has acted in a number of popular films, including Krishna Nee Kunidaga, Rani Maharani, Hatamari Hennu Kiladi Gandu, Solillada Saradara, and so on.
Jaggesh made his debut as director with the film Guru that had Gururaj, Yathiraj and Rashmi Gautham in the lead roles. He then went on to direct Melkote Manja, which had himself and Aindrita Ray playing the lead roles.
With the veteran actor taking up different roles and experimenting with varied characters, fans can expect to see him in a new avatar in his upcoming films.
(Content provided by Digital Native)