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Priyanka Upendra's birthday special poster from the first-of-its-kind experimental film "Capture"

Monday, November 13, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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Priyanka Upendra’s birthday special poster from the first-of-its-kind experimental film “Capture”

Actress Priyanka, the wife of Kannada superstar Upendra, is venturing into a groundbreaking cinematic experience with the upcoming film "Capture." It is a project that not only boasts a unique concept but also marks a significant technological feat.

Being the first-ever movie in the world to be entirely shot from the CCTV point of view, "Capture" is setting new benchmarks in filmmaking. Lohith H, who is known for his innovative storytelling in novel-based films like "Mummy" and "Devaki," is directing this upcoming film. This project marks his third collaboration with Priyanka Upendra.

'Capture' is jointly produced by Raviraj under Sri Durgaparameshwari Productions, in association with Shamika Enterprises, and presented by Radhika Kumaraswamy. What sets "Capture" apart is not only its pioneering concept but also the fact that it was filmed with a single lens, making it one of the rarest movies in the world to achieve this feat.

The entire shooting took place in Goa over 30 days, showcasing the dedication of the team towards this experimental project. As the film enters its post-production phase, anticipation is building for its theatrical release. To add to the intrigue, a new poster was unveiled on Priyanka Upendra's birthday.

The birthday special poster features Priyanka Upendra in a gripping scenario with visible injuries, surrounded by CCTV cameras. The presence of a crow on one of the cameras and the enigmatic expressions on Priyanka's face leaves viewers curious about the movie's plot and the mysteries it holds.

Apart from Priyanka Upendra, Capture features Manvita Kamath, known for her role in Shiva Rajkumar's "Tagaru," in a key role. Master Kanishraj is making his debut in another important role. Pandikumar serves as the cinematographer, while Ravichandran takes charge of the editing.

 

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