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NTR-Dil Raju combo to begin regular shoot on Jan 3
Monday, December 24, 2012 • Telugu Comments

Young Tiger NT Rama Rao is playing the hero in a prestigious film directed by Harish Shankar and produced by Dil Raju on the banner of Sri Venkateswara Creations will start its regular shooting from January 3. There are high expectations on the film as the film had been made by the most successful producer Dil Raju and the director who rewrote the history of Telugu cinema.

Director Harish Shankar prepared a story to suit NTR's image and would attract all classes audiences and the film would not only enhance the youthful image of NTR but also make him closer to the family audiences. Samanta, who paired up with NTR in Dil Raju’s production Brindavanam would again play opposite him again. Besides her there would be another heroine.

The producer is making efforts to complete shooting and post-production formalities of this film within June and release the film on July 9, the day NTR’s ‘Simhadri’ released and gave him the mass hero image.

Speaking on the occasion, 'Our film was formally launched with NTR as hero in the direction of Harish Shankar with puja activities. We planned to start the regular shooting of the film from January 3 to 11 in Hyderabad. In this schedule, there will be extraordinary entertainments involving NTR and Samanta would be shot, besides some exciting and fantastic action episodes.'

'As the film is coming up in the combination of Samanta and NTR, especially on our banner, there will be high expectations. Moreover, they would grow further with the joining of successful director Harish Shankar. We are making the film to reach those expectations and the story was also prepared to that extent. We will release the film on July 9, the day Simhadri was released.'

Cinematography is by Chota K Naidu, editing is by Gauthamraju, action is by Kanal Kannan, music is by Thaman SS, while screenplay is by Ramesh Reddy and Vegesna Satish. Story, dialogues and direction are by Harish Shankar N.