Yevadu team returns back after Swiss & Bangkok schedule
Ram Charan is coming up with one more action entertainer after super hit movies like ‘Racha’ and ‘Naayak’. With Shruti Haasan and Amy Jackson as leading ladies opposite Ram Charan, ‘Yevadu’ team has completed its Switzerland and Bangkok schedule recently and returned back to Hyderabad. This is Vamsi Paidipally’s third directorial venture after ‘Munna’ and ‘Brindavanam. Dil Raju has teamed up with him for the third consecutive film after the above two mentioned films.
Producer Dil Raju said, “We are making ‘Yevadu’ with Ram Charan, Shruti Haasan and Amy Jackson in lead roles under Vamsi Paidipally’s direction. 90% of the shooting has been completed. We have recently shot two songs in beautiful locations in Switzerland and Bangkok. The remaining part of the shoot will be done in local places. Music composed by Devil Devisri Prasad will be released in 3rd week of June and we are making efforts to release the film in July. Ram Prasad’s cinematography is extraordinary. Every frame will be colorful with all artists looking attractive. Stylish star Allu Arjun and Kajal Agarwal are playing special roles. Vamsi is carving the film with with a different story and interesting screenplay. The film is being made as a complete technicians’ film. ‘Yevadu’, which is getting ready with all commercial elements and thrilling effect is sure to attract all types of audiences along with mega fans.”
Director Vamsi said, “We are going to release ‘Yevadu’ music in 3rd week of June. We are also planning to release the film’s main look in the audio function.”
Cast: Ram Charan, Allu Arjun, Shruti Haasan, Kajal Agarwal, Amy Jackson, Jayasudhar, Sai Kumar, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Rahul Dev, Ajay, L B Sriram, Supreeth, Vennela Kishore, etc.
Music: Devisri Prasad; Story: Vamsi Paidipally, Vakkamtam Vamsi; Dialogues: Abburi Ravi; Story- assistance: Hari; Editing: Marthand K Venkatesh; Action: Selvam; Art: Anand Sai; co-producers: Sireesh-Laxman; Producer: Dil Raju; Screenplay & direction: Vamsi Paidipally.