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Star Choreographer Prabhu Deva enters Manchu Vishnu's Kannappa

Monday, March 4, 2024 • Telugu Comments
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Manchu Vishnu's ambitious project, "Kannappa," continues to gain momentum under the skilled direction of Mukesh Kumar Singh. The film's latest leg of filming has transported the crew to the picturesque landscapes of New Zealand, adding an exotic flair to this highly anticipated cinematic venture.

To the delight of fans and cinephiles, the makers have shared an exciting update. Legendary choreographer Prabhu Deva has joined the ensemble, bringing his unparalleled dance expertise to the film. This collaboration promises to infuse "Kannappa" with electrifying dance sequences, elevating its entertainment value to new heights. A sneak peek into Prabhu Deva's involvement, shared by the makers, has set pulses racing, hinting at the visual spectacle to come.

"Kannappa" boasts a star-studded cast that includes industry stalwarts such as Prabhas, Mohanlal, and Shiv Rajkumar. Rounding out the ensemble are accomplished actors Nayanthara, Mohan Babu, Sarathkumar, Brahmanandam, Madhoo, and Josita Anola Rodrigues, each poised to deliver unforgettable performances. Under the visionary production leadership of Manchu Mohan Babu, father of Manchu Vishnu, the film promises to narrate a captivating tale of devotion and drama.

Rumor has it that Pan-India star Prabhas is in talks to portray Lord Shiva, while Nayanthara is being considered for the role of Goddess Parvati. f these speculations prove true, "Kannappa" will witness a cinematic convergence of epic proportions. Prabhas, known for his towering presence and unparalleled charisma, would bring a majestic aura to the role of Lord Shiva, the supreme deity of the Hindu pantheon. Nayanthara, with her ethereal beauty and versatile acting prowess, would effortlessly embody the grace and power of Goddess Parvati, Lord Shiva's divine consort.

Adding to the intrigue, sources close to the production hint that "Kannappa" may be released in two parts, allowing for a grand and immersive storytelling experience. This format would provide ample scope to explore the intricate mythology surrounding Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, as well as the profound devotion of Kannappa, the film's titular character.

Backed by AVA Entertainment and 24 Frames Factory, "Kannappa" is poised to captivate audiences with its grandeur and storytelling prowess. The film is set to push boundaries within the realm of Indian cinema, promising an unforgettable cinematic experience that will leave a lasting impact.

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