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Sumanth’s 25th film will be Subrahmanyapuram

The actor tells us about his upcoming film, whose shooting will commence next month in the East Godavari region

Published: 21st March 2018

Fresh from the success of Malli Raava, actor Sumanth is all set to shoot for his 25th film titled Subrahmanyapuram. Directed by debutant Santhossh Jagarlapudi, the film launched on Ugadi features Eesha as the female lead.

Speaking to Cinema Express, Sumanth says, “The story happens in a fictitious village named Subrahmanyapuram. It’s a gripping mystery-thriller with a supernatural element. It’s not my genre of choice, but when Santosh gave me a detailed narration, I readily agreed to do the film.”

The film’s title logo was also launched by the makers which shows a part of Subrahmanyapuram’s map depicting a temple design, peacock and a vel weapon embossed on the title.

The first schedule will commence in the East Godavari region from next month soon after Sumanth wraps up his next release, which is said to be a crime drama. “The principal shooting will commence in the second week of April in a village near Kakinada. About 50 to 60 per cent of the shoot will take place over there, followed by a schedule in Hyderabad where the team will construct a huge set. The film is loaded with 45 minutes of special effects,” reveals Sumanth.

Produced by Dheeraj Boggaram and Beeram Sudhakar Reddy, the film has music by Shekar Chandra.

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