Actor ShivaRajkumar tweeted the poster for his late younger brother Puneeth Rajkumar’s final flick James Twitter on Wednesday. Puneeth died of a heart attack in October 2021. On the occasion of Republic Day, actor ShivaRajkumar took to Twitter to reveal a new poster for his late brother Puneeth Rajkumar’s final film James. Several fans used the comments area to pay tribute to Puneeth, who was affectionately known as Appu.
Appu as James.. Happy Republic Day to all pic.twitter.com/k08vNxOrIt
— DrShivaRajkumar (@NimmaShivanna) January 26, 2022
Appu as James, ShivaRajkumar tweeted, sharing a James poster. “To all, a happy Republic Day.” Puneeth, who died in November after suffering a heart arrest, was remembered affectionately by his followers. “Your passing is a life-threatening pain, and you will always be in my heart,” one fan wrote. Appu sir, the power star, we miss you.” “Appu sir rocking in the poster,” commented another enthusiast. Your death is a life-threatening tragedy, and you will always be a power star in my heart. Appu sir, he misses him by Mangla Nischhal
Chethan Kumar, who worked with Puneeth in the blockbuster Kannada film Raajakumara, directed James. The female protagonist is played by Priya Anand. Except for one action moment, Puneeth had completed the entire shoot. However, he was unable to dub for the picture, but the producers are still optimistic about the film’s release in theatres, according to sources.
Puneeth was last seen in the box office hit Kannada film Yuvarathnaa last year, after which he signed a film called Dvitva with filmmaker Pawan Kumar. The project was revealed with great anticipation a few months ago, and both Puneeth and Pawan were ecstatic to be working together. Trisha was cast as one of his co-stars. Puneeth, the son of superstar Rajkumar, was one of Kannada cinema’s biggest stars. With the 1985 film Bettadu Hoovi, he began his career as a kid artist, winning the National Film Award for Best Child Artist.
Puneeth made his acting debut in the Kannada film Appu in 2002. Abhi, Veera Kannadiga, Arasu, Raam, Hudugaru, and Anjani Putra are just a few of his well-known flicks. Puneet died on October 29, 2021, at the age of 46.