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Hare Rama Hare Krishna’, produced by Sai Arunachaleshwara Creations as its Production No. 1 and directed by Arjun Sai, was today launched at Ramanaidu Studios. Dileep Prakash and Regina Cassandra are the main leads.
The muhurath shot was given a clap by Chandoo Mondeti, while ace editor Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao switched the camera on. The first shot was given honorary direction by Veera Shankar.
Director Arjun Sai said, “I have worked as a writer for ‘Srimannarayana’, ‘Damarukam’ and ‘Nakshatram’. This is my first film as director. This is a comedy-driven movie. In the first half of May, we will shot in Kulu Manali”.
Regina Cassandra said, “This is a story and screenplay with a difference. I am playing a HR personnel who tries to save traditional art forms. The director has designed my character so well. Senior actress Amani garu is playing my mother in the movie”.
Producer Naveen Reddy S said, “It was about a year and a half that the director narrated to me this story. I liked it as soon as I listened to it. Our film is going to be different from the regular ones. I wouldn’t have done the film had Prakash Raj garu and Rasool Ellore garu not come on board. Even though she is a busy actress, Regina gave the nod as she liked the story. We are going to make the film simultaneously in Telugu and Tamil”.
Rasool Ellore said, “This should have been made in Hindi. Such different is this film. If you accept new artistes, new films will be made”.
Debut actor Dileep Prakash said, “This is my first film as hero. I am happy to be doing a film on which senior talent are working. I am confident that the audience will accept me”.
Brahma Kadali and others also participated in the event.
Prakash Raj, Amani, Nasser, Krishna Bhagawan, Kashi Viswanath, Ali, Prudhvi, Nagineedu, Racha Ravi, Raghu Babu and others are a part of the cast.
Dialogues are by Ramana Gopishetty. Music is by Anoop Rubens. Art direction is by Brahma Kadali. Editing is by Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao. Cinematography is by Rasool Ellore. The director himself has written the movie.