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Vasanta Ragalu for release in the first week of Feb

IndiaGlitz [Friday, January 11, 2013]
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A film is being made with the title 'Vasanta Ragalu' equating the youth in human being's life to 'Vasantam'. How the youth is forgetting their aims by getting addicted to drugs and losing their valuable spring in their life is being discussed in our film. Nagendrababu, Arthi Agarwal, Ramyakrishna are playing the lead roles in the film. The film is being directed by Viswa Prasad and is being produced by Dr Pushpalatha on the banner of Manasa Films.

The shooting and post-production formalities were just completed. Speaking on the occasion, the director says, 'The film is a message-oriented film on drugs and alcoholic drinks and calls for the abolition of wine shops. Nagababu played the role of Chief Minister in this film, while Arthi Agarwal plays a doctor and Ramyakrishna plays an IAS officer.' Phani Raj to played a very good role in this film.

Dr Pushpalatha says, they are planning to launch the audio of the film by the end of January and release the film in the first week of February.

Suttivelu, Ali, Kondavalasa, Pruthvi, Chitram Sreenu, Phaniraj, Smiley, Bandajyothy, Ashokreddy, Prabhakar, Jagadeeswari and others are in the cast. Story and dialogues are by Vishnusharma, lyrics are by Babji, Brahmareddy, Jillella, camera is by Ravikumar Neerla, music is by SPS Vasu and editing is by Raju Yeldandi.



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