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TELUGU » GALLERY » EVENTS

'Note Book' Success Meet

Monday, February 05, 2007

There was a positive talk for 'Notebook' directed by Chandu, presented by S Shankar Reddy and produced by Vellampally Prasad on the banner of 10th Class Productions introducing Rajiv and Gayatri as the lead pair was released on February 2.

To share the happiness of success, the unit held a success meet recently. Director Chandu says, 'I thank music director Koti for giving me an opportunity to introduce his son Rajiv as hero. He performed well though he is a novice without any camera fear. Everyone is talking great about the climax. I am sure that the positive talk would continue and the film would be a hit.'

Koti says, 'I am happy that my son Rajiv was introduced as hero through a good film. Gayatri also earned a very good name though she is a novice. I also thank director Chandu for giving a fantastic climax to the film, especially the last 30 minutes of the film.'

Hero and heroine of the film, Rajiv and Gayatri say, 'We thank the audiences for making our debut film a hit. We attribute the success to Chandu and his directorial abilities.'





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