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Surbhi to team up with Aadi Sai Kumar

Touted to be an intense love story, the film will be directed by newcomer Srinivasa Naidu Nadikatla

Published: 19th June 2018

Surbhi, who was last seen in Okka Kshanam, has been roped in to play the female lead opposite Aadi Sai Kumar in a new film. The yet-to-be-titled project will be directed by newcomer Srinivasa Naidu Nadikatla and is being produced by Chitalapudi Srinivas and Chavali Ramanjaneyulu.

Touted to be an intense love story, the film shows Aadi in three different shades. “It will be a unique, yet emotional love story with a dash of entertainment. The director has recently given Surbhi a short narration of her character and the story. She has consented to be a part of this project and will sign on the dotted line shortly. The Gentleman actor has shed a few kilos to sport a toned look in the film,” says a source.

Also featuring Rajiv Kanakala, Rao Ramesh, Radhika and Ajay in pivotal roles, the film has music by Arun Chiluveru.

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