Jayaram, who is the brother-in- law of late Srihari, is being introduced as a hero in the movie ‘Aggi Ravva’. The bilingual film (Tamil and Telugu) is being directed by Komagan AL Raja under the banner Sridhar Media with S Bhupathi as producer. Picturization was completed recently. Post production work is going on at a rapid pace.
On this occasion producer S Bhupathi said, ”We are happy to introduce Real Star Dr. Srihari’s brother-in-law and Disco Santhi’s brother Jayaram to the film industry through our movie ‘Aggi Ravva’. I liked the script narrated by AL Raja and I accepted to produce it. In this movie, we have showed the advantages and power of education when it is provided to every one without any discrimination. Now a days the educational system has become a business and we have also showed exactly how some corporate educational institutions are sucking the blood of middle class people. Prominent director Rajamouli appreciated the story of the film, and that has become a big confidence booster for us. It is easy to identify the problems but difficult to find solutions for them. The director has shown a lot of maturity in this aspect. Those who watch the film will understand the same in the movie ‘Aggi Ravva’”.
“Srihari, who encouraged me and our unit, is not between us today and we are missing him to the core. Therefore we are dedicating ‘Aggi Ravva’ to him. We are releasing the audio on 23rd of this month,” added the producer.
Director Komagan AL Raja said, “Aggi Ravva has all entertaining elements like action, comedy, good songs, etc. We have picturized the songs at good locations in places like Switzerland, France and Mumbai. I’m sure the audience will get attracted to the exotic locations. The film can be watched by the entire family together. The film has completed the censor formality and we are bringing it to the audience in July”.
Brahmanandam, Vatsala, Ashish Vidhyardhi, Bhanu Priya, ‘Premiste’ fame Dandapani, ‘Sankarabharanam’ Rajya Lakshmi, Suman Setty and Gundu Sudarshan are the supporting cast. Music: Srikanth Deva; Photography: Sivaram.