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Maharshi: Mahesh Babu to sport three different looks in Vamshi Paidipally’s film

first_imgMaharshi: Mahesh Babu to sport three different looks in Vamshi Paidipally’s filmMaharshi is the upcoming film of Mahesh Babu, which is directed by Vamshi Paidipally. Pooja Hegde is playing the female lead in the film.advertisement India Today Web Desk ChennaiApril 13, 2019UPDATED: April 13, 2019 10:55 IST Mahesh Babu in MaharshiMahesh Babu’s upcoming film Maharshi, which is the most anticipated project in Tollywood this year, is gearing up for release. The film has been in the making for a long time now, and it is set to hit the screens in May.Much of the details about the film are kept under wraps. However, it is now revealed that Mahesh Babu will be seen in three different avatars in the upcoming film. He will be seen as a student, multi-millionaire and as a common man in the film. For each role, the actor will sport a different makeover, according to industry buzz.In #Maharshi, @urstrulyMahesh will be seen in three different avatars – as a millionaire, a student and a common man. He will sport three different looks.The film is about the journey of MB’s character Rishi.Haricharan Pudipeddi (@pudiharicharan) April 13, 2019Maharshi marks the first collaboration of Mahesh Babu and director Vamshi Paidipally but the two seems to have bonded well. Mahesh Babu’s daughter Sitara and Vamshi’s daughter have also become good friends.Recently, Mahesh Babu, Jr NTR and Ram Charan went to the birthday bash of Vamshi’s wife at their residence. The Telugu heroes also took their family members along with them.Maharshi has Pooja Hegde, Allari Naresh, and Meenakshi Dixit in lead roles. Devi Sri Prasad is composing the music for the film.ALSO READ | Mahesh Babu hangs out with Karthi on Maharshi sets. See unmissable photosALSO READ: Leaked videos from Maharshi shooting spot leave Mahesh Babu and team in shockadvertisementALSO WATCH | Decoding the Telugu superstar Mahesh BabuGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byP Kirubhakar Tags :Follow MaharshiFollow mahesh babulast_img read more

Hillgrove looking to expand Adelaide Hills CuAu mining

first_imgA program to develop a wider potential mining footprint around its Kanmantoo copper-gold mine is well advanced according to Adelaide Hills miner, Hillgrove Resources Ltd.Addressing the Paydirt 2018 South Australian Resources and Energy Investment Conference in Adelaide last week, Hillgrove Resources’ Principal Geologist, Peter Rolley, said the producing Kanmantoo mine is located within a significant copper-gold province and offers substantial growth activity.“Our first underground mining operation is permitted and design work is in progress to facilitate the transition from open-cut to underground,” Rolley said. “But we are also assessing near mine projects for underground mining extensions or those which offer large magmatic copper-gold sources.”“In addition, we will commence maiden drilling in September on the 2-km long Kanappa copper-gold zone near Sedan and then most likely the 1.7-km long Mt Rhine system, 10 km north of Kanappa but presents as a next drill target. These are two great targets and have exhibited in sampling, robust grades.”The current Kanmantoo mine produces copper, gold and silver from a number of structurally controlled shears, lodes and breccias with gold grades as high as 32 g/t over 5 m at the Spitfire target.“We are utilising existing data and knowledge to identify new copper-gold targets to help build operations,” Rolley said. “Previous drilling has already identified a number of underground targets for infill drilling but the overall 5-km long Kanmantoo mine corridor has not seen any systematic exploration since 2008.“The focus back in 2008 was on permitting for the subsequent Kanmantoo open-pit operations. There are significant drill intercepts there that to date, have not been followed up so we are starting to prioritise targets along this structural corridor.”last_img read more