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Directed by Sahana Murthy, the film is touted to be a romantic entertainer.
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Vikram Ravichandran is all set to make his acting debut and his first film will be directed by Sahana Murthy. Titled Trivikrama, it has the tagline ‘High Voltage Love Story’. The groundwork for this project is going on and official announcements are expected to be made after the pooja is done. Sources in the know say that the pooja is scheduled to happen on August 9 on the occasion of Varalaxmi Vratham.

Touted to be a complete romantic entertainer, this film will have Vikram Ravichandran in a chocolate boy role. The search to rope in a suitable heroine for this project is on and we hear that it could be a newbie. The shooting is scheduled to take place in various locations in Bengaluru, Dandeli, Rajasthan and Singapore. Sources in the know say that ace choreographer Prabhu Deva may be signed up to choreograph a special song featuring the lead star.

The film is bankrolled by Sommanna and Suresh under the Gowri Entertainers banner. Arjun Janya is onboard to compose the tunes for Trivikrama. While the prep work is on, its hero is preparing himself to get into the skin of the role he plays. Vikram is undergoing training in stunts, dance and acting to prepare himself for his debut.

It may be noted here that Vikram Ravichandran is the youngest son of V Ravichandran, Kannada film industry's versatile actor. Vikram was supposed to make his debut with a multilingual film titled Novembernalli Naanuu Avalu, which was to be helmed by Nagashekar. The poster of the film was also released, but the project was put on the backburner.

Vikram’s brother, Manoranjan Ravichandran, is also an actor. Manoranjan made his debut in Sandalwood with the film Saheba in 2017. It was directed by Bharath and earned the hero positive reviews for his performance. In 2018, Manoranjan’s second film Brihaspathi made it to the silver screens.

With the youngster hailing from a well-known cinema family, fans are waiting eagerly for more news on Trivikrama.

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