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    Puri Jagannath wraps up The Businessman shoot

    By Ramchander
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    Puri Jagannath has finished the shoots of his much-hyped The Businessman in a quick succession. The director has completed the filming in less than 75 days thereby setting an example for the filmmakers, who take years together to finish a film.

    The Pokiri director says that the shooting has been completed in 74 days. It went smoothly as they planned before. The post-production works have been started and Mahesh Babu will be dubbing for his role from today.

    Puri Jagannath, who has delivered a series of flop in the recent years, is confident of his forthcoming Telugu film. The filmmaker believes that the characterisation of Mahesh Babu will be the selling point in The Businessman and claims that the Telugu actor has done a never-before role.

    In fact, Mahesh Babu has also echoed Puri Jagannath's thoughts of his characterisation. He tweeted, “Jagan garu is known 4his characterization of heroes in his films, The Businessman is his best ever..."

    The Businessman features Mahesh Babu, Kajal Aggarwal, Prakash Raj, Raza Murad and others in the cast. It will hit the screens on January 11, 2012, and the audio of the movie will hit the stands on December 18.

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