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Malligadu Audio Release
Karthi and Priyamani’s Tamil super duper hit film ‘Paruthiveeran’ is now being dubbed in Telugu as ‘Malligadu’. The film was directed by Ameer and produced by R Thanga Prabhakaran under Studio Green banner with music by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The audio of the Telugu version was released today (February 22, 2012) at Taj Deccan in Hyderabad. This audio function was attended by SS Rajamouli, Srinu Vaitla, Karthi, Bellamkonda Suresh, S Thaman, Madhura Sridhar, Gnanavel Raja, Ganesh and others. While SS Rajamouli launched the audio CDs, the first copy was received by Srinu Vaitla and the trailers were released by S Thaman.
Later addressing the gathering Rajamouli said, “Both the brothers have earned special images in Tamil as well as Telugu. We have to learn a lot from them. Karthi’s ‘Vikramarkudu’in Tamil (Siruthai) was a big hit. Yuvan Shankar Raja music is the bigget asset for this film. I’m amazed at Yuvan’s music for a film on village backdrop. I wish to see this film become a big hit.”
Srinu Vaitla said, “I saw all Karthi’s films but I couldn’t believe that this was his first film. Yuvan’s music is the heart and soul to this film. I wish the film a grand success.”
Bellamkonda Suresh said, “This movie was a big hit in Tamil Nadu. It has also won many national awards. I wish to see this film become a big hit in Telugu also.”
Karthi said, “I was longing for the day when the Telugu audience will watch my first film. However my wish is coming true now. The Tamil industry needs directors like Rajamouli garu and Srinu Vaitla garu. Godavari accent is a little difficult to speak. But Vennelakanti taught me the language. Movies like ‘Premabhishekam’ and ‘Maro Charitra’ can be made only once in life time. I consider myself lucky to do one such subject in my first film. Priyamani’s performance was amazing. I hope the Telugu audience will watch and enjoy this film.”
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