Allari Naresh’s upcoming film Sudigadu is gearing up for its big release on August 24. Bheemineni Srinivasa Rao has directed this film and it’s the remake of a superhit Tamil film named Tamil Padam. In a recent interaction with the media, Bheemineni Srinivasa Rao revealed some interesting details about the film. “When we bought the remake rights, we decided not to make fun of celebrities or film industry. We have completely avoided references to the personal lives of celebrities. Only their films have been spoofed. Although the film contains spoofs of films made in the past 82 years in Telugu, we have mostly stuck to films made since 2000 because they have a better recall value.
We screened through 400 films made since the year 2000 and made a list of some of the most famous scenes in popular films. Sudigadu has a story of its own, but in almost every scene, you can feel the spoof which could be anything, starting from the dialogue to the costumes. It’s going to be a laugh riot.” Sri Vasanth has composed the music. The film is reportedly the biggest budgeted film ever in Allari Naresh’s career; however, the hype surrounding the film has ensured that the film’s distribution rights are sold for a fancy price in all areas. Monal Gajjar is playing the female lead opposite Allari Naresh.
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