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Emotional scenes in 'Bhagavanth Kesari' will move you to tears: Balakrishna


'Bhagavanth Kesari' is slated to hit the cinemas on October 19. At an event in Hyderabad on Sunday, the makers sounded all the more confident about the Balakrishna-starrer's commercial success.

Producer Sahu Garapati said that the final output was watched on Saturday. "The output is highly satisfying. This Dasara, not just fans but also family audiences are going to thoroughly enjoy this movie," he said, thanking Anil Ravipudi for supporting him.

Producer Harish Peddi began his speech by thanking Balakrishna for doing a project with him. "This film will surely turn out to be a biggie for our banner. Ram Prasad's cinematography, Tammiraju's editing and Thaman's music are excellent," he added.

Sree Leela thanked Balakrishna for being a warm person. She lauded Thaman for taking the scenes in 'BK' to the next level with his score. "Kajal Aggarwal used to light up the entire set with her presence. Working with her was a breeze. I hope my journey with Anil Ravipudi continues to be a long one in the industry. This film will be remembered for long," she added.

Balakrishna said that 'BK' is his 108th film. He drove a religious connection, given the number holds a sacred place in Hinduism. "We chant God's names 108 times. Incidentally, the title of this film begins with 'Bhagavan'. You are going to witness the power and vibrancy of this movie upon its release. Ravipudi's films have always been distinctive from each other right from the time he did 'Pataas'. 'F2' and 'F3' were different. The trailer for 'BK' has been received so well by 'prekshaka devullu'. A union of this sort wouldn't happen unless some great force is behind it. Sree Leela is a born artist. There are some heavy scenes involving me, her and Kajal. We acted without applying glycerine. Regardless of your gender, you are going to be left in tears watching those scenes," the 'Akhanda' actor added.