Monday, March 29, 2010
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Priya Anand who made her debut opposite Daggubati Rana in Tollywood's much acclaimed movie 'Leader' would soon share screen with Siddharth in a bilingual movie. The film will be made in Telugu and Tamil where the title in Telugu is yet to confirm and in Tamil it is titled as Putham Pudhu Kaalai. Jayendra is directing the movie and produced by Kiran Reddy of Sathyam Cinemas and C. Srikanth of Aghal Films. The film will go on the floors in June this year.
Priya Anand, who made her debut in Telugu in Shekar Kammula’s ‘Leader’, has signed a new bilingual film. She will soon be seen playing the lead role opposite Siddharth. The film will be made in Telugu and Tamil where it has been titled ‘Putham Pudhu Kaalai ‘. The Telugu title of this film is yet to be confirmed. Jayendra is going to direct this film. And it is being produced by Kiran Reddy of ‘Sathyam Cinemas’ and C. Srikanth of ‘Aghal Films’. KT Balasubramaniem is the cinematographer and the film will be shot on RED One camera. Interestingly, Samantha too had agreed to act in the film; however she is no longer part of this project, due to unknown reasons. This film is set to go on floors in June this year. Siddharth is currently acting in two films; one of them is being produced by Disney Pictures and K.Prakash is directing it and other film is titled ‘Bava’. Priya Anand’s next release is ‘Rama Rama Krishna Krishna’ which has Ram in lead role.
Priya Anand who has debuted with the film ‘Leader’ in Telugu film industry will be soon seen pairing opposite Siddharth. The film is a bilingual one which will be made in Telugu and Tamil versions. The Tamil version of the film is titled as ‘Putham Pudhu Kaalai’ while the Telugu version is not yet titled.
This project is being directed by Jayendra and will be produced by Kiran Reddy of ‘Sathyam Cinemas’ and C. Srikanth of ‘Aghal Films’ jointly. KT Balasubramaniem will crank the camera for the film. The movie is said to be shot on the RED one camera. The film-makers are planning to take the film on to floors in the month of June.