Satish Kasetty (Hope fame) is directing a film titled Kalavaramaye Madilo with Colors Swati and Kamal Kamaraju in the main leads. Logo launch and pooja ceremony of this film was held at Annapurna studios on the morning of 22 January. Dil Raju launched the logo.
Speaking on the occasion producer Mohan Vadlapatla said, “We would like to thank Dil Raju for giving us away this title which was registered for his banner. Kalavaramaye Madilo is a love story with family drama and a music backdrop. We are also introducing new actors and technicians in this film. Regular shoot will start on 2 February and would be shot in a single schedule. We are aiming for May 2009 release.”
Kamal Kamaraju said, “I am doing a different role in this film after donning auto driver character in Avakai Biryani film. It is a wonderful script. The entire team of this film is going to rock.”
Journey of an aspiring singer – Satish Kasetty
Director Satish Kasetty said, “Dil Raju knows the story of this film. He called me one day and suggested that Kalavaramaye Madilo would be an apt title to this story. He also said that he owns rights to that title and he would transfer it to us. That is why called him to unveil logo today. We would like to thank him for this favor. The story of this film is about the journey of an aspiring singer to be played by Swati. It is the most challenging role for Swati. Sarath – a Malayani popular music director provides music. This film is going to be a musical hit. Lakshmi Bhupal has been working on the dialogue version for the past eight months. I preferred one lyricist to pen all the songs as he has to travel with the mood and story of the film. Vanamali is penning lyrics. Vikam Gokhale who did the role of heroine’s father in Hum Dil De Chuke Hain Sanam is making his debut in Telugu with this film. Venu is doing the role of hero’s friend in this film. Komali sisters who are known for their mimicking talent are making their debut as actresses in this film. Producer should have a taste to pick this subject up and I would like to thank producer Mohan Vadlapatla.”