Prabhu Deva’s introduction song for ‘Abhinetri’ at RFC
‘Abhinetri’ is a trilingual project in the combination of Prabhu Deva and Tamanna which is being made with huge budget of Rs 70 Crores. The film is being brought to the Telugu audience by Kona Venkat in association with MVV Satyanarayana Blue circle Corporation and BLN Cinema with Kona Film Corporation as presenter. Prabhu Deva is producing the film in Tamil and Hindi languages simultaneously. Today, the shooting of Prabhu Deva’s introduction song has been started at Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad. The song will be canned for four days at the specially designed set in Ramoji Film City. Amy Jackson is going to be the special attraction to the song.
Star writer Kona Venkat, who is presenting the film on Kona Film Corporation banner, said, “Shooting of Prabhu Deva’s introduction song has been started today. This heavy song will be shot for four days at the specially designed set in Ramoji Film City. Amy Jackson will be in the song as a special attraction. India’s top technicians are working for this film. Interesting thing is that SS Thaman and GV Prakash Kumar are providing music. AL Vijay, who directed different films like ‘Madrasapattinam’, ‘Nanna’ and ‘Anna’, is carving out ‘Abhinetri’ extraordinarily. I am very happy that I am presenting the film, which is being made with an uncompromised budget of Rs 70 Crores, to Telugu audience.”
Producer MVV Satyanarayana said, “Tamanna, who impressed everyone with her wonderful acting skills in ‘Baahubali’, is playing the title role for the first time. How ‘Arundhati’ is to Anushka and ‘Chandramukhi’ is to Jyothika, likewise ‘Abhinetri’ is to Tamanna. Prabhu Deva’s introduction song, which was started today, will stand out as highlight for the film. The song will be canned for four days at a huge set without compromising in any aspect.”
Vijay is being introduced as director. SS Thaman and GV Prakash are providing music. Lyrics are by Ananth Sriram. The film is presented by KFC (Kona Film Corporation) and produced by MVV Satyanarayana.
Prabhu Deva, Tamanna, Sonu Sood, Saptagiri, Murali Sharma, Hema, Prudhvi and Shakalaka Shankar and some others are playing major roles in the film.
Cinematography: Manish Nandan; Editing: Antony; Art: Vaishna Reddy; Story-Screenplay-Direction: Vijay.