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Anupama Parameswaran to rejoin Tillu Square?

The actor is expected to resume shooting for the film soon, says a source

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Published: 20th December 2022

Actor Anupama Parameswaran is likely to reteam with Siddhu Jonnalagadda for Tillu Square, a sequel to DJ Tillu.

Interestingly, the Sathamanam Bhavati actor replaced Sreeleela, who opted out of the film after she refused to wear a costume given by the designer for a particular scene.

However, after shooting for a week, Anupama, too, walked out of the film due to creative differences with Siddhu and the makers have made futile attempts to rope in HIT2-fame Meenakshii Chaudhary and Madonna Sebastian as her replacement.

In a dramatic turn of events, the makers have once again resumed talks with Anupama and convinced her to return to the sets. In all probability, she is likely to resume shooting by the month's end.

Produced by S Vamsi, Tillu Square is directed by Mallik Ram and the film will hit the screens in March. Ram Miriyala, who had originally composed and crooned the title track of DJ Tillu, scores the music. Sai Prakash Ummadisingu cranks the camera for the film to be edited by National-Award-winning editor Navin Nooli.

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