Hero Aadi is quite happy on having achieved his second hit, the first one being ‘Prema Kavali’. The director has said that a well-made film would be accepted by the audience whoever makes it.
Producer BA Raju is planning to hold a function to celebrate the film's success very soon. From the funny yet intense Aadi and the soft-spoken and fun-loving Shanvi, the film boasts of a range of characters. The one played by Ahuthi Prasad, inspired by Bappi Lahiri's look, is one of the strengths of the film, says the director.
Ahuthi is all praise for Jaya, who gave him a memorable character in ‘Chantigadu’. Using his natural Godavari slang, she gave him a character that mixed sentiments and fun.
The songs contributed a lot for the film's success. Be it the depiction or Anup Ruben's scores, it was all excellent.
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