Anaganaga O Prema Katha, a movie by Pratap Tatamsetti teaser has been launched today. The movie features Viraj J. Ashwin, nephew of Marthand K. Venkatesh as the male of this movie. The female lead of this movie is Riddhi Kumar, the actress who featured in the movie Lover. The movie’s shoot has come to a conclusion and now the post production work is going on.
Rana Daggubati, who has taken a liking for small and impressive films of late is going to present this movie. The actor’s choice hasn’t been wrong so far, with C/o Kancharapalem doing so well at the box office.
The first look of this movie has been launched by Varun Tej, the mega price of the Telugu film industry. The music of this movie is being composed by the associate of A.R.Rehman, Anjan. Anaganaga O Prema Katha cinematography is being handled by Edurolu Raju. This movie is being produced by K.L.N.Raju under the banner of Thousand Lights Media Private Limited. The movie is all set to release in the month of October 2018.
The director reveals that the current generation is developing a liking for small budget movies. Rom-coms especially are highly known for their music, cinematography and the lead pair. He further adds that Anaganaga O Prema Katha and the sea share a deep connection and that is the reason, since the first motion picture release, it is being highly being focussed on.
Banner : Thousand lights media pvt ltd
Movie : ANAGANAGA O PREMA KATHA
Producer : K L N RAJU
Story & Screenplay
&Dialogues& Director : Pratap Tatamsetti
Artist : Viraj j Ashwin,Riddhi kumar,Radha banga
Music : KC . ANJAN
Art director : Ramanjaneyulu
CIinematographer : EDUROLU RAJU
Lyrics : Srimani
Dance master : Aneesh
Fight master : Ramkrishna
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