Actress Anushka became a household name after the humongous success of Baahubali series. She indeed has garnered fans frenzy worldwide with her mesmerizing performance in India’s biggest hit film. Now, the leggy lass is set to enthrall with her stellar show in her upcoming film Bhagmati.
Bhagmati first look unveiled by the unit has mounted up curiosity on the film. Director Ashok who made a super hit film Pilla Zamindar is helming the project. Vamshi, Pramod who delivered several hits under their production banner UV Creations and are making Saaho with young rebel star Prabhas in four languages are bankrolling Bhagmati.
While speaking on the occasion, producers said, “We are proud to make Bhagmati with Anushka who is in career best form and has earned immense fame and craze with Baahubali. First look of the film released simultaneously in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam has hiked the expectations. The enthusiastic response is giving double energy to our team. Bhagmati is made of a winning story. Director Ashok is also exhibiting his brilliant making skills in helming the movie. Anushka’s performance is going to be major highlight of the film. Madhi’s cinematography will be a special attraction, whereas art work by Ravinder will be majestic. We are making the film with massive budget which is required for the gripping story penned by Ashok. SS Thaman’s music will elevate each and every scene in the movie. We will announce other details soon.”
Director Ashok said, “I’m glad to work under prestigious production house like UV Creations. I’m taking utmost care as most of the films made under the banner were blockbusters. You will see other angle in Anushka’s performance. I promise you that you will laud her acting in the film. Thaman’s music, Madhi’s camera work, Ravinder’s art work will take the film to another level. Story and screenplay of Bhagmati will surely captivate you. Suspense as well as thrilling elements will charm each and every section of the audiences. I thank one and all who are pleased with the first look.”