Srihari's son makes his debut

\'Bhairava\' will have Srihari\'s young son making his onscreen debut in an important role; film expected in August.

Published: 07th June 2010 01:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 08:58 PM   |  A+A-


NTR and Srihari on the sets of 'Bhairava' (Pic: ENS)

HYDERABAD: Director Poluri Srinivas Reddy’s forthcoming Srihari starrer, titled 'Bhairava', was launched at the Rama Naidu Studios on June 4.

Natti Kumar is producing the movie under the banner of Visakha Talkies. Story and dialogue have been written by Swamiji and Vijay, music is to be composed by MM Sreelakha and Jaswant is handling the cinematography. NTR switched on the camera, Srihari sounded the clapboard and Ramesh Prasad directed the first shot.

Srihari is very happy to be working with Natti Kumar.

“People underestimate a producer like Natti Kumer. He released my earlier movie 'Dasanna' with 150 prints,” said the actor, enthusiastically. And that not all!

Looks like Srihari’s son will be following in his father’s footsteps. “There is an important role for a child in the movie. My younger son Meghansh is debuting as a child actor in this role,” Srihari added. Natti Kumar is a man with a plan, and he is sticking to it. “We are going to complete the shoot in a single schedule. We plan to release the movie on August 12,” announced Kumar.

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