Radhe Shyam teaser: Prabhas, Pooja Hegde in this modern-day fairytale romance
Radhe Shyam is slated to release in theatres on 30 July in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi.
A new teaser of Prabhas and Pooja Hegde-starrer Radhe Shyam was released on Sunday morning, to mark Valentine’s Day celebrations. The romantic film is written and directed by Radha Krishna Kumar, presented by T-Series and produced by UV Creations.
The teaser features the titular characters at a picturesque railway station. Prabhas is looking for Hegde and trying hard to impress her. When asked whether he thinks of himself as a Romeo, he says, “I am not like him. He died for love. I won’t.”
Check out the teaser here
— Pooja Hegde (@hegdepooja) February 14, 2021
The film also has an ensemble cast of Bhagyashree, Murli Sharma, Sachin Khedekar, Priyadarshi, Sasha Chettri, Kunaal Roy Kapur, and Sathyan. Manoj Paramahamsa handles the cinematography for Radhe Shyam, the production designer for the film is RRaveendar with Kamal Kannan as the VFX Producer. Bhushan Kumar from T-Series had earlier said in a statement, “Working with Prabhas and the team of UV Creations on Saaho was an experience, we could explore and expand our production with a multilingual film. While we began discussions for another collaboration, RadheShyam became the perfect choice to work next one together." The original Telugu movie will release in theatres on 30 July in Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi. Ahead of Valentine's Day, Prabhas shared a new look from the film and wrote: "See you all on Valentine's Day for a glimpse of Radhe Shyam."
View this post on Instagram
Subscribe to Moneycontrol Pro at ₹499 for the first year. Use code PRO499. Limited period offer. *T&C apply
The shooting of the untitled film starring Nagarjuna began on Monday, and it will feature action sequences akin to Hollywood films, Praveen Sattaru claims.
"While Saaho was an out-and-out action movie, this time, I'll play with the emotional angle in addition to the power-packed action sequences," says director Sujeeth
Hasyam movie review: Jayaraj captures the banality of callousness through a tragi-comic tale of a cadaver agent
Although Hasyam sets out to invoke hasya rasa, it elicits a range of moods including, in my case, bewilderment at my lack of revulsion towards the oddballs in this story.