Prabhu Solomons brisk shooting in Jog falls for 'Kumki'

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After the success of the critically acclaimed Mynaa, Prabhu Solomon has become one of the busiest directors in Kollywood. His next film Kumki is currently progressing at Jog Falls, Karnataka. According to sources, the Kumki crew travelled 10 km on a slippery mountain path to shoot some important sequences.

Vikram Prabhu, son of veteran actor Prabhu and grandson of late thespian Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan, is all set to make his foray into Kollywood through Kumki. The movie is produced under the banner of N. Lingusamy and N. Subash Chandrabose's Thirupathi Brothers.

According to the director, the movie would revolve around the recent incidents of rogue elephants from forests creating havoc in villages, the reason for such incidents, and about Kumki elephants (trained and domesticated) that are used to calm these rogue elephants and take them back to the forests. In this film, the hero is a trainer of Kumki elephants.

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