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Actor Shawar Ali To Return To Kannada Cinema After 6 Years With …

Shawar’s last Kannada release was the 2017-film Chakravarthy.

Burma also features an ensemble cast of Anil Kumar, Adithya Menon, Deepak Shetty, Rakssh Ram, and Petrol Prasanna.

Actor Shawar Ali is known for his versatile acting performances in films like Ab… Bas! and Iddarammayilatho. Shawar is now all set to make his comeback in the Kannada cinema after 6 years. He will make his comeback with a film titled Burma, directed by Chethan Kumar. According to the reports, makers are looking forward to releasing this film at a pan-India level. They have left no stone unturned to ensure that Burma is produced at a grand scale. Some of the reports have also pointed out that Shawar may essay the role of an antagonist in this film. Details about his role and character have not been confirmed yet though. Burma features an ensemble cast of Anil Kumar, Adithya Menon, Deepak Shetty, Raksh Ram, and Petrol Prasanna. As per the reports, the shooting of this film is proceeding at a brisk pace. Raksh will be seen in an entirely different avatar in Burma. This film is billed to be an action entertainer.

On the technical front, noted stunt director Ravi Varma has been roped in for the high-octane stunts planned for Burma. Composer V Harikrishna will be scoring the music for the film. Mahesh Reddy has been roped in to handle the editing of the film.

Shawar’s last Kannada release was Chakravarthy (2017) directed by Chinthan. This film boasted of a star-studded cast comprising Darshan Thoogudeep and Deepa Sannidhi. Kumar Bangarappa and Charulatha also acted in this project. Chakravarthy was a box-office success.

Shawar Ali initially started his career as a model, but soon made strides in the acting world. It was, however, not an easy task for him. He described his struggles in an earlier interview with The Times of India. Shawar said that he faced difficulties in Mumbai due to his roots in Bhopal, a tier-II city. He said, “Yes, it used to be slightly disappointing when some people had not even heard of Bhopal. So naturally, I faced an identity crisis. But now with the changing times, it is more about who you are and how you carry yourself, than where you belong to, and that’s a great thing”.

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