Audio CD’s and cassettes of Nandamuri Balakrishna’s upcoming film ‘Srimannarayana’ were released on Monday night at a grand event held in Hyderabad. The function was attended by many celebrities and film industry personalities. Speaking at the event, Balakrishna said “I’ve done many roles in my life, but this time it is going to be a special role. The story is focused around a brave and honest man. The director shaped the story to reflect the injustice being done to common man. The values in the movie will inspire the youth, and I am very proud to have done such a responsible role. Telugu audience have received my performances very well till now, and the scenes in this movie have been filmed with the tastes and interests of fans in mind ”.
Parvati Melton and Isha Chawla are playing the lead roles opposite Balayya and the Chakri provided the tunes. The movie’s director is Ravi Kumar Chavali and it has been produced by Ramesh Puppala. The producer expressed his happiness with the output, adding “The film was completed in 84 days, and Balakrishna’s performance in the movie is sure to thrill the viewers”
Boyapati Srinu, who was present as one of the guests, said “In 2010 we saw Simhavataram and in 2011 we saw Ramavataram. Now we are getting to see Balakrishna as Srimannarayana”. Balakrishna’s son Mokshagna was present at the event along with veteran star Krishnam Raju.
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