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Sandalwood celebrities say ‘smile please’

Gurunandan, who registered a good launch with his debut performance in 1st Rank Raju, is now gearing up for his second film.

Published: 25th January 2017 10:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 26th January 2017 07:23 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Gurunandan, who registered a good launch with his debut performance in 1st Rank Raju, is now gearing up for his second film.

Titled Smile Please, the film marks the directorial debut of Raghu Samarth. As the film is set to be up for a review by the censor board this week, one scene is turning out to be the talk of the town. It is a smooch scene between Gurunandan and Kavya Shetty.

Considering that Smile Please is a family entertainer, the kissing scene raises a lot of curiosity.
The actor says, “I think everyone agrees that smooching or kissing keeps the bonding between two people tight and the audience will approve of it when they watch the film. It was a necessary scene, without which we wouldn’t have been able to complete the story,” he says. Meanwhile, Sandalwood celebrities are wishing good luck to the film with a smile. The film produced by
K Manju is all set to release on February 10. It features  Neha Patil, Rangayana Raghu, Srinivasa Prabhu, Sudha Belawadi and Aruna Balaraj among
others.

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