Mangaluru: Kaajal Kunder to star in upcoming Kannada movie ‘Bond Ravi’

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru May 25: Kaajal Kunder will be seen next in Kannada movie ‘Bond Ravi’ opposite Pramod.

The muhurath of Bond Ravi was held in the month of April which was done by actor Vinod Prabhakar and Dhruva Sarja. The shooting is infull swing. The movie is directed by Prajwal.

The movie is produced by Narasimha Murthy, co–produced by Mallikarjuna Kashi and Xavier Fernandes. Ravi Kale, Dharma, Shobha Raj are seen in important roles.

Kaajal Kunder plays the role of a simple middle-class girl in the movie. The film has a mass commercial subject with a fresh love story.

Earlier, Kaajal Kunder was seen in Kannada movie 'Maya Kannadi'. She is awaiting the release of 'Pepe' opposite Vinay Rajkumar.

Kaajal Kunder hails from Sasihitlu and presently settled in Mumbai. She completed her bachelors of Mass Media and Advertising at SIES College Navi Mumbai. She is the daughter of Ganesh and Sharada Kunder.





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  • Chandra Soma Puthran, Sasihithlu/ Borivali Mumbai

    Thu, May 26 2022

    Ms Kaajal Kunder has been in acting field in different films made in different regional languages and including Hindi for some time now. She has been a success actor. Kaajal's upcoming Kannada film 'Bond Ravi', with grace of Goddess Bhagawati, is going to be a success film in Kannada. Let us all support her by watching this film without fail. There is no doubt one day Kaajal will become a big Bollywood actor. Good luck to Kaajal and her parents. God Bless All.

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