Hyderabad, Apr 3 (): ‘Baadshah’ is made under the banner of Bandla Ganesh’s Parameshwara Art Productions, with the combination of the lead star Junior NTR and director Srinu Vaitla.
After the massive success of Srinu Vaitla’s ‘Dookudu’, the Telugu movie lovers are eagerly waiting for his next film, ‘Baadshah’. The movie is scheduled for April 5th worldwide release and fans forecast that the movie will sure create history once again in 2013 and it is expected to stand out with impressive statistics.
Baadshah has many specialties like Siddharth has played a special role, Navdeep has donned the villain role and a famous Tamil actor has sung a song for the film. Bollywood singers like Daler Mehndi (Rabbaru Gajulu fame) and Baba Sehgal have also rendered their voices for the songs of this film.
The Telugu movie promises a grand visual feast for the audience as it was shot in exotic locations like Italy, Switzerland and Bangkok. Four cinematographers had worked for this film. The impressive cinematography is handled by I Andrew, K V Guhan, Jayanan Vincent and R D Rajasekhar.
The makers of Baadshah say that the movie promises a good break for NTR in his career. Director Vaitla had taken enough care in making NTR’s character and looks.
Ganesh Bandla assures that the fans of NTR will surely love him in this film. Kajal is playing NTR’s love interest for the second time. Their pair was well admired by the audience in their previous film ‘Brindavanam’.
Brahmanandam’s special comedy role was also specially designed by Srinu Vaitla. Although Brahmanandam needs no introduction, Vaitla promises additional entertainment from him in this film when compared to his earlier films.
After experiencing a grand success with ‘Gabbar Singh’, producer Bandla Ganesh is confident of riding high with yet another success with ‘Baadshah’ which has many specialties like NTR’s stylish looks, Kajal’s bubbly performance, Brahmanandam’s special comedy role, Mahesh Babu’s voice-over, Meenakshi Dixit’s item song, Siddharth and Navdeep in cameo roles, Kona Venkat and Gopi Mohan’s punch dialogues and the peppy music of Thaman.