Telugu film 'Telugabbai' to be released on March 9
The film is a triangular love story based in Malaysia. The movie has been shot completely in Malaysia.
Telugu actor Thanish, Thashu Kaushik and Ramya Nambeeshan play the lead roles in a film titled 'Telugabbai'. OS Avinash is the director and it is produced by S Ramakrishna, under the banner of Veer film corporation.
The film has completed all the formalities and is set to release on March 9th.
The director says, "This is a triangular love story based in Malaysia. The movie has been shot completely in Malaysia. This is the first Telugu film to be shot completely in Malaysia. Two girls enter into the life of the wild life photographer hero who has been born and brought up in Malaysia. The events that he has faced after that are shown in the movie. The romantic scenes that come between them will be fresh".
The producer of the film also added,"There are some scenes with tigers in this movie. This tigers episode which runs for 8 minutes will become the highlight of this movie. Famous Malayalam music director, Mejjo Srinivas has scored the music for the film. Legendary music director S P Kodhandapani's son S P Eswar has given the background score. Minmini, who had sung the 'Chinni chinni aasa' song in Roja, has sung the songs 'Kila Kila mani' and 'Chithramga Undhe' in this film and the duet song sung by Shankar Mahadevan will become the highlight of this movie.Ramya Nambeesan has sung the song 'Pudamini mose Puvva'. This movie comprises many elements that attract all the classes of audience".
Nagababu, Ananya, Lohith, Yamini, Venu etc are the other cast.
Camera for the film is done by Prathap V Kumar,the lyrics are written by JS Nivas and presented by Smt S Kalaivani.
- SpaceX Chief Elon Musk Unveils Plans That Could Take Humans to Mars Very Soon
- SpaceX CEO Elon Musk Promises 'Fun' Trip to Mars Colony
- Parched Cast takes our Movie Quiz and It's Funny
- Parched Movie Review: Nuanced Performances, Heartfelt Storytelling Make It a Must Watch
- Indus Water Treaty: India Can't Unilaterally Separate Itself, Says Sharif
- Pakistan Capable of Meeting Any Threat: Nawaz Sharif
- Collapse of SAARC Summit Unfortunate, Says Mehbooba Mufti
- World Bank Commits to Fulfilling Obligations Under Indus Waters Treaty: Pakistan