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'Alludu Adhurs', releasing on January 14, should become a big hit: VV Vinayak


'Alludu Adhurs' will release in theatres on January 14. Its pre-release event was held on Sunday in Hyderabad. Releasing amid high expectations, the film stars Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas in the lead.

Speaking at the pre-release event, Sensational Director VV Vinayak said that Sai is looking quite handsome in the movie. "His costumes are adhurs. He has danced and done fight scenes like a hungry tiger on a rampage. Subrahmanyam has produced the movie because of his passion for cinema. Santosh Srinivas has mixed several commercial elements in making the movie," he added.

Anil Ravipudi said, "The success of 'Solo Brathuke So Better' and 'Krack' shows that the business is getting revived. I worked as an AD under Santosh Srinivas garu. I have known him since 2010. He means well to me like a brother. I wish that this family entertainer becomes a huge hit. Devi Sri Prasad's tunes are superb. Sai didn't dance in his previous movie, 'Rakshasudu'. 'Alludu Adhurs' is different."

The hero said that the makers have done the movie without compromising anywhere. "The writers worked on the script for several months. Nabha Natesh is a very good performer. Anu Emmanuel's character is surprising in the movie. I thank Chota K Naidu garu for the beautiful visuals."

Bellamkonda Suresh said, "I wanted to see my son in a film like 'Kandireega'. With 'Alludu Adhurs', my wish stands fulfilled. When I asked Santosh Srinivas for a 'Kandireega'-type film, he came up with this script in a short time. I thank Anil Ravipudi on this occasion for his inputs. 'Stunt' Siva's songs Kevin and Stephen have composed superb fights for our movie."

Santosh Srinivas said, "I thank Bellamkonda Suresh garu on this occasion, as it was him who gave me the opportunity to produce 'Kandireega'. The hero's performance is superb. You will see Sai's acting 'vishwaroopam' in the movie. Without Chota garu, this film would have been non-existent."