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Pooja Hegde Commences Shooting for Vijay’s Beast In Chennai

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For the last sometime, Pooja Hegde was not active doing films. But now, she’s back in Chennai and ready to perform in Vijay’s upcoming film Beast. With this film, the actress is known to make her comeback in Kollywood. The film is directed by Nelson Dilipkumar.

As per a news published in Times of India, the team of ‘Beast’ is expected to visit Georgia to shoot some special sequences of the film. While Pooja Hegde is currently shooting in Chennai for her part in the film.

Despite the unexpected rains in Chennai, the crew is currently shooting in Chennai. It all happened when Pooja Hegde took to her Instagram handle to post a short video clip from the shooting location in Chennai. This is what she wrote while sharing the clip, “Rainy shoot days… #Chennai.”

As per the latest update, the actress has left Chennai and would come back to complete her portions of the film left to be shot.

This is what Pooja Hegde says, “The Tamil audience has been so kind and enthusiastic about Beast. The excitement is mutual. It’s great to be back in Chennai. It is like the epicenter of happening things in the state. The highlights of my stopover in Chennai is that its cuisine is a foodie’s dream. With the shoot of Beast resuming, the viewers from here have been so connected with me online that the city feels like home. We are working very hard to bring the audience a compelling film.”

‘Beast’ is produced by Sun Pictures and Pooja will be playing the lead role in the film. While Anirudh will score the music.

The report says that almost 80% shooting of the film has already been completed. It also has Vijay to be featured as a con agent and will be directed by Selvaraghavan.

Apart from Pooja Hegde, the film will also star Lilliput Faruqui, VTV Ganesh, Shine Tom Chacko, Aparna Das and Yogi Babu in their pivotal roles.


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