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Telangana Minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy endorses 'RadhaKrishna'

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'RadhaKrishna', starring Anurag, Musskan Sethi and Nandamuri Lakshmi Parvathy, will release on February 5. A pre-release event was held today ahead of its release.

Speaking on the occasion, Telangana Minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy said, "The Nirmal district is gifted with thick forests, Kuntala Waterfalls, Kawal Tiger Reserve, among others. It is commendable that this film was shot in such scenic locations. Sagarika Krishnakumar Garu chose to make a film about the world-famous Nirmal Crafts and industry which is on the verge of extinction. Everyone should watch and encourage this film."

He added that Lakshmi Parvathy playing a crucial role in this film is a welcome aspect. The Minister congratulated Sreenivass Redde, the film's creative director. "I will definitely take this film to the notice of our honourable Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao garu," the Minister said.

Lakshmi Parvathy said, "Arts stand as a testament for our culture and heritage. India is the birthplace of many ancient arts. We will lose our existence if we don't protect our ancient arts. I have known Sreenivass Redde garu for many years." She added that Redde is the reason she has acted in the filmin a prominent role.

Sreenivass Redde said that he liked the concept of the film and therefore decided to come on board. He wished debutant producer Krishnakumar and director Prasad Varma, too, on the occasion.

The film has a comedy track involving Krishna Bhagawan and Ali. Its music is by MM Sreelekha.

Director TD Prasad Varma said, "My mentor Sreenivass Redde garu is there for me at my every step. He helped a lot."

MM Sreelekha said that she is glad she got to work with the likes of Suddala Ashok Teja, Chaitanya Prasad, Sree Mani and Varikuppala Yadagiri, the lyricists. "Rahul Sipligunj, Mangli and Anurag Kulkarni have sung the songs," she added.

Ali was in praise of the concept of promoting Nirmal Crafts. Distributor Warangal Srinu said that the film brings out the history of 400 years of the crafts.