A successful Tamil film 'Dishyum' which had celebrated 100 days in almost all the centres where it was released is being dubbed into Telugu jointly by Lakshmi Ganapathi Films which had dubbed a blockbuster like 'Aparichitudu' and Oscar Films as 'Dishyum Dishyum'. The film has Jeeva, son of popular producer RB Choudary, as hero and Sandhya of 'Premisthe'-fame as heroine. The audio of the film was released on October 4 at Golconda Hotel in Hyderabad amidst several prominent film personalities. Movie Mughal D Ramanaidu, SV Krishna Reddy, EVV Satyanarayana, Muppalaneni Siva, Sooriyakiran, Achi Reddy, Basheed, Chalapati Rao, Archana, Manya and others attended the function.
D Ramanaidu says, 'Whatever movie that was dubbed by Lakshmi Ganapati Films will have some special image. Though it is a dubbed film from Subrahmanyam, it looks as if it is a direct film. I am sure that this film will be a super hit and I wish him to do a direct film in Telugu soon.'
Director SV Krishna Reddy says, 'Lakshmi Ganapati Films has an image. The banner had reached to a range that this is a film from that particular banner. The producer has a great taste over the films and I wish he should also prove it by doing a direct Telugu film.'
Director EVV Satyanarayana says, 'This film became a big hit in Tamil. I wish that it would repeat even in Telugu.' Almost every speaker at the function expressed the opinion that the producer Subrahmanyam should produce a direct Telugu film and reveal his taste to the audiences. Vijay Anthony provided music for the film.
The first audio cassette was released by D Ramanaidu and handed over the first cassette to EVV. The audio CD was also released on the same occasion. Achireddy unveiled the audio CD and handed over the first CD to Ramanaidu. Directed by Sasi, the film has Sandhya in a romantic character.
SK Basheed purchased the cassette at a cost of Rs 10,000 and this amount would be spent for a medical camp being organised for the benefit of film industry workers under the supervision of Sridhar of Madhura Audio, which is marketing the audio of the film. The lyrics of the film were penned by Bhuvanachandra, while Sriramakrishna provided dialogues.