Mangaluru: Chirashree Anchan to be seen next in Kannada movie ‘Kaliveera’

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Mangaluru, May 17: Multilingual actress Chirashree Anchan will next be seen in Kannada film 'Kaliveera' directed by Avinash Bhushan.

Chirashree Anchan has worked in Tulu, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu films. ‘Kaliveera’ will be the second Kannada movie for Chirashree Anchan, earlier making her debut in 'Huliraaya'.

Chirashree will play the lead role in ‘Kaliveera’ opposite Ekalavya, who is the student of Ninasam and Rangayana, an expert in martial arts, Kalari.

‘Kaliveera’ is directed by Avinash Bhushan, produced by Jyothi Halageri under the banner Jyothi Arts. The cinematography will be handled by Halesh S and music will be composed V Manohar.

‘Kaliveera’ movie will be shot at places like Dandeli, Haveri and Bengaluru.

Recently, Chirashree Anchan made her debut in Tamil film 'Aghavan', a mythological mystery action thriller film. Chirashree made her debut in Tulu movie ‘Pavithra’. She also starred in ‘Rambarooti’, ‘Karne’, ‘Huliraaya’, ‘Kalpana 2’, and ‘Aami Athadaithe’.

Chirashree hails from Haleyangadi, and is the daughter of Madhusoodan Anchan and Poornima Madhu.

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