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June 19, 2009


Music of Nani’s 3rd film Snehituda is launched today evening at a function organized in Prasad Labs. Ramesh Prasad, Shyam Prasad Reddy, Pokuri Babu Rao, A Ravi Shankar Prasad and Bheemineni Srinivasa Rao attended this function as guests. Madhavi Latha is the heroine. Shiva Shankar (Priyamanina Neeku fame) composed music. Bhasha Sri penned lyrics and songs.

Ramesh Prasad launched the audiocassette and gave the first copy to Shyam Prasad Reddy. Gopichand launched the audio CD and gave the first unit to Pokuri Babu Rao.

Music director Shiva Shankar said, “I had been looking for another break after Priyamaina Neeku movie and I am sure that Snehituda will give the much required break. I gave good music for this movie. Currently rerecording is going on. I hope to make the movie hit.”

Pokuri Baburao said, “Satyam worked for four movies in our banner. During the 100 days function of Neti Bharatam movie T Krishna said that there is an assistant director who directed him and it was Muthyala Subbayya. Likewise, Satyam Bellamkonda is behind the making of several blockbusters. Nani is looking good after two hits. Madhavi Latha has shown maturity in her first movie.”

Shyam Prasad Reddy said, “Content is the king now and audiences are accepting movies with good content irrespective of star power and brand value. I saw Ride movie and noticed tremendous energy in Nani’s work.”

Director Satyam Bellamkonda said, “Snehituda is a sensible love story with family drama and nice entertainment value. Shiva Shakar gave nice music. Bhasha Sri penned dialogues and lyrics.”

Nani said, “I enjoyed working for the movie. I am feeling happy that with the success of Ride movie dwiteeya Vighnam is removed. Shiva Shankar composed very good tunes for this moive.”

Madhavi Latha said, “Snehituda is a beautiful story about relationship. I got a solo song in this movie. I uttered pages of dialogues in this movie.”

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