Director Kiran Raj gives us a glimpse into Rakshit Shetty’s character Dharma in 777 Charlie

The Rakshit Shetty starrer 777 Charlie is Kiranraj’s directorial debut! The newcomer revealed the characterization of Rakshit Shetty’s character in the film.
Written By Akanksha Sridhara | Updated: June 06, 2020 13:03 IST
Director Kiran Raj gives us a glimpse into Rakshit Shetty’s character Dharma in 777 Charlie

The 777 Charlie team will unveil a special teaser wishing Rakshit Shetty on his birthday today! The character video will introduce Rakshit Shetty’s character to the audience. Before that happens, Director Kiran Raj gave us a peek into Rakshit Shetty’s character Dharma. Dharam will be an introverted character who doesn't interact with his neighbours as much. The children often call him Hitler!

The special video will also introduce the other characters played by Raj B Shetty and Sangeetha Sringeri. The team has also come up with a concept poster for the film. The poster shows Charlie way bigger than Dharma who is looking up at him. According to Kiran Raj, the poster reflects on Dharma’s understanding of Charlie.
Kiranraj says, “As everyone knows, the character was initially supposed to be played by another artist. But I had my limitations. Fortunately, when Rakshit came on board, I could step out of the boundary in terms of the story, as well as the budget. This also helped me revise the character and tune the script exactly the way I had visualised. When a known artiste comes on board, the character becomes stronger, and the team was fortunate to have Rakshit playing the lead. Most importantly, this will be a never-seen-before role of Rakshit. While every film will usually see the actor in conversation, this film will have him convey his thoughts mostly through expressions.”
The video will also feature Charlie. The teaser will show how important Charlie is to Dharma. Rakshit Shetty and GS Gupta are producing the film under the banner of Paramvah Studios. Nobin Paul is composing the film’s score. Arvind Kashyap is the cinematographer and Prateek Shetty the editor.