An interesting love story

DIRECTOR BHARATH Parepalli is coming out with a flick that explores the beauty of Konaseema. Titled Konaseemalo Chittemm

Published: 09th January 2009 10:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th May 2012 09:08 PM   |  A+A-


DIRECTOR BHARATH Parepalli is coming out with a flick that explores the beauty of Konaseema. Titled Konaseemalo Chittemma Kittayya, shooting for the film has been completed. The film has newcomer Rambabu Aalla and Gurlin Chopra playing the lead.

“Malayalam hit Karumadi Kuttan is the base for this film. It’s a love story between a mentally retarded guy and a girl. The beautiful locations in Konaseema has elevated the story. We have remade it richly in Telugu,’’ said the director at a recent press meet in the city.

“Earlier I worked as a operating cameraman under cinematographer Chota K Naidu. My role in the film is almost similar to the character essayed by Chandramohan in Padaharella Vayasu,’’ explained Rambabu.Heroine Gurlin Chopra hopes to make a comeback with the film. “As I was busy in Hindi, Tamil, Pujabi and Bhojpuri films, there was a gap in Telugu. My role has a lot of scope to perform,’’ Said Gurlin Chopra.Audio of the film is expected to be released in the last week of January. Lalit Suresh has composed the music.

Gadiraju Srinu is the cinematographer. Aalla Brothers are presenting the film. Rambabu Aalla is the producer. Madina Ramakrishna from England appears in an important role.

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