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'Leader' gave me recognition: Rana Daggubati
Rana Daggubati says that he has achieved stardom with the help of his family and a director like Shekar Kammula.
The audio of 'LIB' was released on July 27 in the presence of many industry stalwarts like Nag and Dil Raju, and Rana. Amala was accompanied by Akhil. Shriya Saran and Anjali Javereelu are playing key roles in the movie.
Amala said, "I am making a comeback after 20 years. My last film released in 1992. The film is indeed beautiful."
Rana said, "I owe my position to my family and Shekar Kammula. Leader gave me so much recognition. I am waiting for another film under his direction."
Kammula said, "Cinematographer Vijay C Kumar worked hard for the film even though he had leg injury. He has shot every frame in superbly. Thota Tarani's set is really amazing. I asked for Happy Days kinda music and Mickey J Meyer has given fantastic output. Vanamali and Ananth Sriram have written great lyrics."
Vanamali said, "Nothing is more pleasurable for a lyricist than penning lyrics on love, friendship, and mother. I have written three songs on these. I have written a song on mother for the first time in my career. Shekar has got a liking for Telugu language."
Abhijith, Sudhakar, Nagaraj, Kaushik, Naveen, Sriram, Shagun, Zara, and Rashmi are the main leads.
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