RGV creates his own genre, says Sudeep

Mumbai, June 9 (IANS) Kannada superstar Sudeep, seen in Ram Gopal Varma directed Hindi movies "Phoonk" and "Rann", says he will team up with the filmmaker again, but this time it's RGV's production venture, which is expected to go on floor post-monsoon.

"I am doing a film with Ram Gopal Varma, it is his production. Anurag Kashyap may also be involved with it," Sudeep told IANS.

When will it go on floor?

"I am not sure. They said that they we will start shooting in September. I am directing a film that I need to finish before that," said the 39-year-old who made his directorial debut with Kannada movie "My Autograph".

Talking about the genre of RGV's film, Sudeep said: "Ram Gopal Varma cannot have a genre at all. He creates genres. He will come out with something, I am sure. We are working on it. Let's see what happens."

"Sparsha", "Huchcha", "Dhum", "Swathi Muthu", "My Autograph" among others are Sudeep's well-known films and he has signed more regional films.

"I have signed six films in South but I am a one film man," said the actor who is currently hosting Kannada version of "Bigg Boss", a reality show.

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