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21 Hours

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21 Hours is an upcoming Indian Kannada language investigation thriller film directed by Jaishankar Pandit in his Kannada filmmaking debut. It features Durga Krishna, Dhananjay, Sudev Nair in the lead roles with Rahul Madhav playing playing a pivotal role.[1]

21 Hours
Directed byJaishankar Pandit
Produced byAbhishek Rudramurthy

Balakrishna Nagadenahalli

Sunil Gowda

Praveen Mahadev
StarringDurga Krishna


Sudev Nair

Rahul Madhav
Edited byRichard Kevin
Aham Conceptam Private Limited

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The film revolves around the investigation of a Malayali woman, married and moved to Bengaluru, who goes missing.


  • Durga Krishna
  • Dhananjay
  • Sudev Nair
  • Rahul Madhav


The director of the movie, Jaishankar Pandit felt that the film would benefit from the casting of three Mollywood actors in order to fit its storyline and maintain its authenticity. The producers also casted Malayalis who were already in Bengaluru to play several roles, including the roles of Durga Krishna's parents, as it was difficult to get senior citizens travel and shoot due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Durga Krishna, Sudev Nair, and Rahul Madhav portray Malayalis who have settled in Bengaluru, and they will be speaking in Kannada, while they will be speaking Malayalam during the scenes when they are with their family.[2]

Marketing and release[edit]

Two of the lead characters, Durga Krishna and Dhananjay have released the first look of the film on August 22, 2021 showing its poster. There is no information yet about the release dates of the film.[2]


  1. "Durga Krishna, Rahul Madhav and Sudev Nair star in the Kannada thriller, 21 Hours - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2021-08-25.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "The first look of Dhananjaya starrer Twenty One Hours released online - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2021-08-25.

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