Sanju mattu Geetha song to be retained in sequel

Nagashekhar, who is turning producer with Sanju Weds Geetha Part II, plans to have the muhurath on Valentine’s Day

Published: 27th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th January 2015 12:24 AM   |  A+A-


Nagashekhar who has been enjoying his turn as both actor and director is now taking up a new responsibility as producer. He along with his partner George Wilson will be producing Sanju Weds Geetha Part II under his banner Nagashekhar Movies.

The first part, Sanju Weds Geetha was directed by Nagashekhar and had a moving love story with power- packed performances by Ramya and Srinagar Kitty. The film was a box office success upon its release and won  critical acclaim as well as awards. “Since part II is also a romantic film, I wanted to launch it on Valentine’s Day," says Nagashekhar.

Apart from playing producer, he will also be doing a full-fleged role in the film which will also launch his brother Ramchiru as a director. "My brother has made short films in the past and I think he has great talent. I thought that this was the perfect script to begin his stint as a feature film director. I have taken equal responsibility in all departments when I directed films before and as an actor also I will participate in the making process and support my brother in his maiden venture as  I consider this to be our film," he says.

The interesting fact revealed by Nagashekhar is that he will be retaining the most popular song of the film called “Sanju Mattu Geetha Serabeku Antha Baredaagide Indhu Brahmanu” in the sequel as well. "There were two versions of the song with music Jessie Gift and Kaviraj's lyrics. The male version was sung by Sonu Nigam while the female version was sung by Shreya Ghoshal. The song is an evergreen hit with its melodious music and is still in demand among its fans. So we thought of retaining the song. We will reuse the composition and it will seen with new visuals in Part II,” he says.

The makers are still to decide and confirm the starcast of the film. “I would love to have an actress like Ramya starring in the lead role,” says Nagashekhar.


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