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30 April 2010

Ram Charan Tej’s latest movie Merupu in the direction of Dharani was launched at Rama Naidu studios on the morning of 30 April. NV Prasad and Paras Jain are jointly producing this movie. Kajal Agarwal plays female lead. Paruchuri brothers pens dialogues. Devi Sri Prasad scores music. PC Sreeram handles cinematography. Thota Tharani is the art director. VT Vijayan is the editor.

High voltage movie - Dharani
Dharani said, “This is my first movie in this banner. There are big expectations on Ram Charan Tej after Magadheera and we prepared script to match the expectations. Merupu means lightening strike. There will be high voltage in this movie. The story of the movie is about how a youngster achieved his goal. There will be lots of commercial elements in this movie.”

Scoring songs to match Charan’s dancing abilities – Devi Sri Prasad
Devi Sri Prasad, “I liked this title a lot. I am working for the first time with Dharani. He is a music lover. I am excited about working for a movie which has PC Sreeram working for it. I am a good friend of Ram Charan Tej since childhood. He used to come to my house and play with musical instruments. It is a good story and the sequences for songs are very good. Ram Charan Tej is known for legendry dances and I am preparing songs to match that image. There will be six songs.”

It’s a good commercial script – Ram Charan Tej
Ram Charan Tej said, “It is a good commercial script. I felt good after listening to the story and it caters to all cross-sections of audiences. I am happy that PC Sreeram is working for my film. I knew NV Prasad since I was a kid. Devi Sri Prasad is my childhood friend. I listened to the tracks and I liked them. I am doing a unique character in this movie. It will be identified by today’s youth. The story is about how a youngster becomes victorious. There is a rhythm in the story. Producers are spending good amount of money on this movie.”

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