It seems Allari Naresh has chosen the right film to turn a singer. Sudigaadu, as the title suggests, is about a born-lucky one, who first escapes from the throes of male infanticide, is taken to the capital city by his grandmother and goes on to become a saviour of the masses, a heroic killer of dreaded thugs, a multi-millionaire once he falls in love with the daughter of a rich baron and so forth. The film is, however, not about telling an unrealistic story, but a light-veined, mature spoof on Telugu films.
The film is an adaptation of that 2010 Tamil hit, Thamizh Padam. It is not known whether director Bheemineni Srinivas is making the film as a carbon copy of the original, but what is clear is that the film is being made as a laugh riot.
Coming to the song for which Naresh has turned a singer, the actor owes it to the director. He says that it is a fun song, packing funny lyrics. Well, Naresh's quirky voice will only make it even more funnier. We shall wait for it!