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Lion audio grand launch on April 9th

Producer of Natasimha Nandamuri Balakrishna’s huge budget action entertainer ‘Lion’, Rudrapati Ramana Rao is making preparations for a grand audio launch. The film’s audio composed by Mani Sharma will be launched on April 9, at Shilpakala Vedika in Hyderabad in the presence of many prominent people in the film industry and political leaders. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Nara Chandrababu Naidu will grace the event as chief guest. Trisha is paring up with Balakrishna for the first time. After ‘Legend’, Radhika Apte is once again paired up with Balakrishna for another female lead. Prominent producer Rudrapati Ramana Rao is producing this action packed entertainer under SLV Cinema banner with Jivvaji Ramanjaneyulu as presenter and Rudrapati Premalatha as production manager. A new director Satyadeva is being introduced as director through this film. Mani Sarma is giving the musical scores.

On this occasion, Rudrapati Ramana Rao said, “Our Nandamuri Natasimha Balakrishna is coming to the audience as ‘Lion’ soon. The way the director Satyadev has carved our Balayya’s character and his dialogue delivery will stun the audience and will be greeted with applause. ‘Lion’ will become yet another musical sensational hit in the combination of Balakrishna and Mani Sharma. There are huge expectations on the film among the audiences and film fraternity as Balakrishna is acting in this after super hit film ‘Legend’. It’s quite natural. ‘Lion’ will be in the next level to the audience expectations.”

“Nara Chandrababu Naidu has launched the audios of Balakrishna’s biggest hits of his career like ‘Samarasimha Reddy’ and ‘Narasimha Naidu’, in the Chief Minister level in the past. Now, he will once again grace the audio launch event of ‘Lion’ as chief guest and will release the audio. So, in sentiment wise it is beyond doubt that ‘Lion’ will stand out as yet another biggest hit in Balakrishna’s career,” he added