Allari Naresh, who is in need of a hit this year, has his hopes pinned on this movie.
Monal Gajjar was the winner of the Miss Gujarat title and also won the Mirchi Queen Bee beauty pageant organised by Radio Mirchi.
Allari Naresh plays a double role in this movie as father and son.
Allari Naresh and Monal Gajjar shake a leg in a still from the movie 'Sudigadu'.
The music launch of 'Comedy King' Allari Naresh's upcoming film 'Sudigadu' was held on July 23 in Hyderabad.
Monal Gajjar, the female protagonist in the film, have already signed five films before the release of her first movie.
The film is a spoof on some of the most popular Telugu films released in the recent past.
Speaking at the audio launch, Naresh recalled that the film was a favourite story of EVV Sathyanarayana.
It's a non-stop comedy and you'll see Allari Naresh giving a fantastic performance, claims the makers.
Billed to be a parody on contemporary Telugu movies, 'Sudigadu' is expected to bring a comic relief for the audience this summer.
Allari Naresh would be once again seen tickling audiences' funny bones with his hilarious antics
Directed by Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao and produced Chandra Sekhar Reddy under Arundhati banner, 'Sudigadu' is currently in post production.
'Sudigadu' is a satirical take on the cliches of Telugu films with several spoofs on heroes and hit movies.
The Telugu comedy is all set for summer 2012 release.
'Sudigadu' has grabbed all the eye balls ever since the title was unveiled.
A song was recently shot at a pub in Hyderabad starring Allari Naresh and Rachana.
'Sudigadu' is a Telugu comedy film starring Allari Naresh and Monal Gajjar in the lead roles.
The film's tag line says 'Oka Ticket Pai 100 Cinemaalu'
The film is an adaptation of 'Tamila Padam', the story is about how an orphan goes on to conquer the world.
Apart from Allari Naresha and Monal Gajjar, Brahmanandam, Aali, M S Narayana, Krishna, Baghavan, Raghubabu, Venu Madhav, Chandra Mohan, Chalapathi Rao, Dharmavarapu and Posani Krishnamurali play important roles in the film.