Presently, the Kannada actor is spending a lot of time on upcoming untitled Kannada film, which is expected to go on the floors in January. Even before its launch, the movie is getting much hyped over its heroines.Talking about the heroines, Raghu says, “As of now, I can only say that it"s a multi-heroine film. It may have one or even a hundred."
After the success of Savaari, Raghu Mukherjee has become quite choosy about his comeback film. He has taken long time to sign his next film because he does not want the success of Savaari to go waste. His main goal is to get a hero image for himself. So he does not want to accept all the offers, instead he prefers to do only two to three movies a year.
Raghu hates acting in love stories. That"s why he has rejected several offers. He does not want to serve his audience with the same kind of stories always. He does not like kissing and love-making scenes. He thinks that even love-making can be shown differently. He says, “Hugging, pinching and stripping off clothes are not the only ways to express love."
Meanwhile, actor Raghu is also making his debut on small screen. He will host the Kannada reality TV show 'D for Danger', which will be made on the lines of the show 'Khatron Ke Khiladi'.
The latest buzz in the Gandhinagar is that actor Raghu Mukherjee, who is basking the success of the hit movie Savaari, is all set to shake his legs with 12 heroines in his next film. The actor himself has accepted the fact by saying that his next movie will be a multi-heroine project. But he declines to reveal the number of heroines.