Veteran director Baapu has directed a prestigious film written by Mullapudi, starring Nandamuri Balakrishna
as Sri Rama and Nayanatara as Seeta is being produced by Yalamanchili Saibabu. This beautiful film is going to release on 17th November worldwide in maximum number of theaters. On this occasion as part of promotion Balakrishna interacted with the public through Radio Mirchi. Radio Jockey Revanth invited Balakrishna and also thanked him for participating actively in the show.
Balakrishna said, “The audience is eagerly waiting for the release of ‘Sri Ramarajyam’. Like them, I and my entire team is also eagerly waiting for it. The expectations of audience have already gone high. We (Telugu people) are only capable of making such mythological films. I thank Saibabu garu for making this high value film and I also thank the media.”
Speaking further he said, “I’m very happy to meet the people through Radio Mirchi. I’m very happy to note their services being rendered to the public by Radio Mirchi and the media. I also take this opportunity to appreciate producer Saibabu garu for choosing to make one such mythological film in these days. It’s due to Baapu garu, producer Saibabu garu and other technicians and artists, we were able to complete the film so quickly. I thank all of them on this occasion. Many legends have worked for this film. Mullapudis will always be there in the minds of the people. Baapu garu put his soul and directed this film. The film shooting went on smoothly and quickly. Except Baapu garu no one would have directed this film and except Saibabu garu no one would have produced it. It’s with the blessings of my previous birth to get the opportunity to work for one such film and to do one such prestigious character. I wish to do more mythological films like ‘Sri Krishna Pandaveeyam’, ‘Narthanasala’, ‘Seetarama Kalyanam’, etc. ‘Sri Ramarajyam’ is only the beginning. A couple of producers have come forward to complete the film ‘Nartanasala’ which I started a couple of years ago and stopped due to unavoidable reasons. Hence I feel that the trend of mythological films might start once again.”