Nandamuri Balakrishna’s latest action entertainer, Lion is gearing up for a massive release on May 14th. On the eve of the movie release, we caught up with the producer Rudhrapati Ramana Rao for a brief interview. Let’s see what he has to say.
Q) Tell us something about your film Lion ?
This movie will carry all the elements to entertain Nandamuri fans. First half of the movie has a lot of entertaining comedy scenes and second half will be in an action mode. Balakrishna will be seen in a completely different role in this flick.
Q) What aspects did you like in the story ?
The entire story is a different one. Every scene in this movie is showcased in a new way.
Q) Tell us about the director ?
Although this is a debut flick for Satya Deva, his has done a terrific job in showing Balakrishna in a new role. His direction has been top notch throughout the film.
Q) Tell us about Balakrishna’s role ?
Balakrishna has played a dual role in this flick. He will appear as a sincere CBI officer in one role. I don’t want to reveal about the other role. It will be an interesting role to watch on screen.
Q) How is response for the audio ?
Music director Mani Sharma has a good track record with Balakrishna. He has given an out and out commercial album with a variety of songs in this album.
Q) What are the highlights of this flick ?
The interval bang and the tribal fight sequence in the second half are the major attractions for this film. The climax has also come out very well.
Q) What is the reason behind the delay in the movie release ?
Some part of the post production work was done in Chennai. There was a slight delay in this work. Also, DTS engineer Madhusudan passed away before the completion of DTS mixing.
Q) What are your upcoming projects ?
If I get a chance, I will produce Balakrishna’s 101th flick.
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