Bommarillu Bhaskar who has done class and family movies like Bommarillu, Parugu and Orange is directing a family touch mass entertainer this time.
Music composed by GV Prakash Kumar, Mani Sharma also scored one song for the film and given the background score.
Prakash Raj ,Ajay, Abhimanyu Singh, Brahmanandam, Ahuti Prasad, Raghu Babu, Kishore Das, Rama Prabha plays other important roles.
Produced by B.V.S.N. Prasad under Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra.
We would like thanks to Producer B.V. S.N. Prasad garu, Harish Sajja and Sumanth garu from Ficus Movie for giving us this opportunity to Distribute this movie in UK & Europe.
Friendly Movies is exciting to be part of this Action, Energetic ONGOLE GITHA for UK & Europe. For records and info, Friendly Movies has distributed and associated for many block busters and crazy projects for over 10 years and we were proud to be part of increasing the TELUGU CINEMA box office stamina in UK and Europe market.
Vasantham (Associated for UK, 2003)
Jai Chiranjeeva (Scotland, 2005)
Chukkallo Chandrudu (UK & Europe, 2006)
Godavari (UK & Europe, 2006)
Ashok (UK, 2006)
Bommarillu (Associated for UK, 2006)
Sainikudu (UK & Europe, 2006)
Teen Maar (Associated for UK & Europe, 2011)
Mr Perfect (Associated for UK & Europe, 2011)
Rajanna (UK & Europe, 2011)
Business Man (Birmingham & Scotland, 2012)
Life is Beautiful (UK Except Bolyen Cinema & Europe 2012)
Rebel (Birmingham & Scotland, 2012)
Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu (Reading, Birmingham, Manchester & Scotland 2012)
Yeto Vellipoyindi Manasu (UK & Europe, 2012)
Nayak (Birmingham & Scotland, 2013)
Seetamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (Feltham, Manchester & Scotland, 2013)
Ongole Githa (UK & Europe, 2013)
Kadali – Telugu (UK & Europe, 2013)
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