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Super Star Mahesh Babu’s Brahmotsavam movie is all set to release worldwide on 20th May, 2016 with overseas premiers on 19th May in record number of screens. Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Pranitha Subash are paired opposite Mahesh while Satya Raj, Jayasudha, Revathi, Sr Naresh and Vennela Kishore play other important roles. The music for the film is composed by Mickey J Meyer and the audio which released last week got tremendous response.

Brahmotsavam movie is been directed by Srikanth Addala (SVSC fame) and produced by Potluri vara prasad on PVP Entertainments banner. So far 200 screens have been conformed for 1st chart and final would be around 350 screens in this area. The family is a key element in this film. It will be a celebration of emotions, relationships and values and will take you on a roller coaster ride while the protagonist sets out on a journey of finding his roots,” says director Srikanth Addala, explaining what to expect from his fourth film, Brahmotsavam.


This is the second time the filmmaker is teaming up with Mahesh Babu and Samantha, after Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu. When asked how different it was to work with the duo this time around, Srikanth says, “I’d say, it did help that we had worked together earlier. But then, this setup was totally different and we were on a completely fresh journey, which made the experience very new.”

Talking about Mahesh’s character, he says, “He will be seen in a completely different avatar this time. He was shown as a simple, middle class guy in SvSC, but in Brahmotsavam, he plays a super rich guy who’s on a journey of self-discovery. From character sketch, body language to styling, everything is drastically different.”


Ask him who among his three leading ladies — Samantha, Kajal Aggarwal and Pranitha Subhash — have the most important role, and Srikanth gets thinking. “They are all equally special characters individually. I would say all three are key elements of Mahesh’s journey in he film. Each of them suited their character so perfectly that it’s hard to think of anyone else in those roles now,” shares Srikanth, who offers an interesting rationale for calling the film ‘Brahmotsavam’. “My film is a celebration of life… and every frame will have a colourful, festive feel to it.”

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