‘London Babulu’ Wraps Up Shooting
‘London Babulu’ is the Telugu remake of Tamil super hit film ‘Aandavan Kattalai’ starred by Vijay Sethupathi and Ritika Singh. Prominent director and producer Maruthi is producing this film with AVS Studios as presenter. Chinni Krishna is wielding the megaphone. Swathi Reddy is playing the female lead. The present youth are falling in love and getting married too quickly and getting divorced too fast. The story of the film is about a couple of such kind and what problems the couple has faced during their journey to London. Director Chinni Krishna has carved out the film as a comedy entertainer with emotional touch. The film has completed the shooting part and post-production works are going on at a rapid pace. The film will come to audience in the last week of July.
Updating the progress of the film, “Shooting part has been completed and post-production works are going on in full swing. We are planning to bring the film to audience in the last week of July. The film ‘London Babulu’ is the Telugu remake of Tamil super hit film ‘Aandavan Kattalai’ starred by Vijay Sethupathi and Ritika Singh. Chinni Krishna is wielding the megaphone. Chinni Krishna’s comedy timing has become plus to the film. Swathi Reddy is playing the female lead. Swathi has given wonderful performance as a social responsible girl working as a television anchor. Rakshith is being introduced as hero through this film. Despite being new to acting, he has perfectly transformed into his role as a senior actor. Senior artists such as Ali, Murali Sharam, Jeeva, Ajay Ghosh and Raja Ravindra played major roles. How each and every character in the film turns the story and how hero gets the visa to leave London? - Makes the story of the film. Each and every character in the film has equal importance. Director Chinni Krishna has carved out the film wonderfully. Present happening comedians Dhanraj, Satya and Sai’s comedy will leave audience in splits. Shyam K Naidu’s camera work and Uddhav’s editing will stand out as bit assets to the film.”