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Nara Rohith-Shriya Saran-Sree Vishnu-Sathyadev Multi-starrer To Go On sets In May Second Week

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'Appatlo Okadundevadu' which was released in the end of 2016 has left audience and critics in tears. Nara Rohit and Sree Vishnu have acted together in that film. The duo, who always entertains audience by choosing different scripts, is now coming up with yet another different film titled 'Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu'. The film features Nara Rohith, Shriya Saran, Sree Vishnu of 'Appatlo Okadundevadu' fame, and Sathyadev of 'Jyothi Lakshmi' and 'Ghazi' fame. The title itself is the variety. New wave director Indrasena R is being introduced as director. Apparao Bellana is producing the film on Baba Creations with MVK Reddy as presenter. Ever glamorous heroine Shriya Saran is playing a major role in this film which will not have heroes and heroines. Sathyadev is playing a key role.

Briefing about the film’s details, producer Apparao Bellana said, “Indrasena is my good friend. I was blown away when he narrated me the script. I immediately given green signal. I felt, casting should be very different like the story and therefore approached Sree Vishnu and he too gave an immediate nod. Nara Rohith garu too gave an immediate nod. With them coming on board, our responsibility towards the project has been increased. Shriya garu and Sathyadev also got excited when they listened to the script. Director Indrasena has designed the four characters wonderfully and I am sure that the characters they are playing and the characterizations haven't been seen in any other film. I am extremely confident that the film’s first look will give thrill feel to audience. There will be no resemblance between any two characters in the film. The title 'Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu' was fixed when the script was finalised. We have decided to make the film without compromising in any aspect including technicians. The film will go on sets from May second week. We will soon disclose the rest of cast and crew details.”

Director Indrasena R said, “The story of the film touches the grey and dark side of what is happening in the society. It's a non-linear crime thriller.”