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Premalo Padithe Audio Release
Suresh Kondeti is bringing Balaji Sakthivel’s ‘Vajakku En 18/9’ as ‘Premalo Padithe’ to the Telugu audience on SK Pictures banner. Tamil director N Linguswamy is producing the film in Tamil and is presenting it in Telugu. The film features Mithun, Sri, Urmila and Manisha as lead actors. Musical scores are rendered by Prasanna which were released in Hyderabad on Tuesday. Milky beauty Tamanna granced the audio function and released the first CD and presented it to Nagababu.
Other prominent guests in the audio function were Sagar, T Prasanna Kumar, Lagadapati Sridhar, VN Aditya, heroes Mithun, Sri, heroines Urmila, Manisha, Sashank Vennelakanti, Chandra Bose, Chinni Krishna, etc.
Later while speaking, Tamanna offered her best wishes to director and producers for the success of the film. She said, “Balaji Sakthivel and Linguswamy are the two main persons for my growth in the industry. I cannot forget them in my life.”
Nagababu said, “While many Telugu producers try to dub star heroes films in Telugu, Suresh Kondeti always focuses on films made with fresh artists. And all those films are becoming big successes. Prasanna’s music is good to ears. I normally don’t like films based on infatuation. However, Suresh Kondeti’s ‘Premisthe’ had touched my heart. I wish this film will also become as successful as that.”
Linguswamy said, “Premisthe in the combination of Balaji Sakthivel and Suresh Kondeti was a huge hit in the past. When Balaji narrated a story with me, it impressed me a lot. Hence we started this project immediately and decided to give the Telugu rights to Suresh Kondeti. The title ‘Premalo Padithe…’ suggested by him impressed us a lot. It’s 100% aptly suitable title for us. Prasanna gave tremendous tunes to all songs. The movie is getting ready for release on May 4th in Telugu and Tamil.”
Director Balaji Sakthivel said, “We made this film with new artists. Prasanna’s music is excellent. He was initially a guitarist who was introduced by Shankar to the industry. ‘Premalo Padithe…’ would be a big musical hit.”