Sharwanand who is riding high on back to back hits is all set to entertain you again with hilarious cop story ‘Radha’. Sharwanand has made a name for himself in commercial entertainers and brings his distinct style to comedy film genre.
This is the first time ever Sharwanand is playing a cop role in his entire career. Lavanya Tripathi played Radha’s Radha in the movie and you can’t miss her cute dimpled smiles.
‘Radha’ has already created quite a lot of curiosity among the audience with its interesting trailer and comedy teasers. Music director Radhan brought his aesthetic sensibility in the tunes and audio is already being appreciated by music lovers.
The film is produced by BVSN Prasad under SVCC and is directed by newcomer Chandra Mohan who has come up with interesting comic one lines depicting Bhagavadgita slokas, such a talent he is.
Nirvana Cinemas is releasing the movie on a big scale across 110+ locations in USA with Premiers from Today. This is the biggest ever release for Sharwanand.
All premiere and regular shows are priced at affordable $12 for adults and $8 for kids. Bookings are open in all the locations, please book your tickets online and Watch this hilarious entertainer with your family and friends at you nearest theaters.
Nirvana Cinemas is also running a contest for movie lovers who don’t miss to watch the movie on premieres day. Participate in the contest and get a chance to win $25 Amazon Gift Card. For more details about the contest, please visit: www.nirvanacinemas.com
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Press note released by: Indian Clicks, LLC
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