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Sudeep Rips His Body For Phantom

Sudeep rips his body for Phantom

Sudeep toned up his body for his upcoming movie Phantom. Kannada superstar Kichcha Sudeep is currently working on his upcoming film Phantom. Recently the superstar also revealed that the Hyderabad shoot of canning the shots was completed. If the latest buzz is to be believed, the entire crew of this film is likely to travel to Kerala to can the last sequence of the film. Though the information with regards to this news was not revealed, it is said that a brief yet highlighting part of the film will be shot in Kerala. The makers of this film are also in plans of shooting a song sequence in Bengaluru soon after the shoot in Kerala is completed.

Kichcha Sudeep took to his Twitter page sharing one of his pics. Coming on the pic, Kichcha Sudeep's body transformation left many in amusement. Alongside the pic, he also tweeted that it is the good food, decent lifestyle, and discipline that contributed to his body shape. The climax of The World Of Phantom, made everyone tired almost for a month. Started from 4th December, the film is helmed by Anup Bhandari and also stars Nirup Bhandari and Neetha Ashok.

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