"Talks about Amala's remuneration and other things are going on. She hasn't signed the project yet. She'll be required to shoot for 15 days which will also include a song. Amala's role is not a cameo. It'll be a parallel heroine and has equal weightage in the film," said the film's director Karthik
"It's an out-and-out action film. It will be Telugu cinema's first martial arts film. When I say martial arts, it won't be the kind you see in foreign movies. This will be a very different kind of action derived from a form of martial arts," said Vishnu
Actor Vishnu Manchu is happy with the response to his latest Telugu thriller Anukshanam. He has been receiving appreciation from all quarters for his role as a police officer on the look-out for a serial killer.
Telugu family-drama Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda is slated for release on January 31 and its producers are also planning to release it on alternate distribution platforms such as video-on-demand (VOD), online and mobile platforms too.
Refuting rumours that Vishnu Manchu stormed out of the sets of his yet-to-be-titled Telugu multi-starrer as he was upset with Hansika Motwani, the film's director Srivas said "their off-screen friendship adds intensity to the film".