No dubbing for Mahesh Babu in ‘Dookudu’

Director Gopimohan has denied rumours that Venkatesh is going to do the voiceover for Mahesh Babu in the film.

Published: 31st August 2011 05:15 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:40 PM   |  A+A-

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The poster of Mahesh Babu's new film 'Dookudu'.

Mahesh Babu’s forthcoming ‘Dookudu’ is making news every other day, since its inception. Now, the latest buzz is silver jubilee hero Venkatesh is doing voiceover for it. Nevertheless, ‘Dookudu’ story writer Gopimohan quashed it saying that it’s just a spineless rumour.

The film is presently being canned at Chiran Fort where a family song is getting shot. The unit will then shift to Ramoji Film City to picturize an item number, thus wrapping the shooting schedule.

In the meantime, music director SS Thaman is quite busy with re-recording works. However, the superstar duo is doing a multi-hero flick titled ‘Sitamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu’, being produced by Dil Raj, which is to take off shortly.

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