Vel Records bags Dammu music rights

The audio theme of NTR’s forthcoming flick Dammu will be released for Ugadi on March 23 simultaneously in three major cities in the state. The film is an action drama being directed by B

Published: 24th February 2012 03:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:02 PM   |  A+A-

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The audio theme of NTR’s forthcoming flick Dammu will be released for Ugadi on March 23 simultaneously in three major cities in the state.

The film is an action drama being directed by Boyapati Srinu and produced by Alexander Vallabha.

MM Keeravani is churning out its tunes, while his wife Srivalli’s Vel Records bought the rights of the soundtrack.

Dammu stars Trisha Krishnan and Karthika Nair as heroines and portrays the young star in a dual role.

This is the fifth time that NTR is playing a double role after Andhrawala, Naa Alludu, Adhurs and Sakthi.

The movie is slated for release in April.

The Nandamuri descendant is presently being helmed by Srinu Vaitla in Badshah, which earlier was titled Action.

A Bandla Ganesh’s production, it has Kajal Aggarwal teaming up again with the actor after Brindavanam.

The popular mass actor has also signed Daana Veera Soora Karna with VV Vinayak.

An action entertainer, the venture’s name is derived from the late NTR’s 1977-release

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