The audio of Veera Telangana starred, produced and directed by R. Narayana Murthy was released at an impressive function held at Prasad Labs, Hyderabad.
Paruchuri Gopalakrishna, Mallu Swarajyam, Vidyasgar, Tammareddy Bharadwaja, Suddala Ashok Teja and several supporters of Telangana movement took part in the event.
Konda Lakshman Bapuji, famous freedom fighter of Telangana region, unveiled the audio CD and presented the first album to the IMAX proprietor Ramesh Prasad. The Audio cassette was released by Mallu Swarajyam, who presented the first copy to Vidyasagar.
Mallu Swarajyam said: “We are the people who fought during the armed struggle of Telangana in the Nizam period. Before filming the subject, Narayana Murthy should have consulted us for our opinions. While doing films like this, care should be taken that the story should not revolve round the hero alone, but on all angles.”
Ramesh Prasad said: “I was born in Mumbai and brought up in Chennai. Later, I left for America and doing the business left by my father. These struggles are altogether new to me. Narayana Murthy does his films with commitment and dedication. That’s why I always feel like helping him.”
Tammareddy Bharadwaja said: “I actually wanted to do a film on Telangana subject. But as I do films with commercial format, the originality would be lost. When Narayana Murthy said that he wanted to a film on the subject, I said that he alone would do justice to the subject.”
Narayana Murthy said: “I got the assistance from four persons for doing this film. They are Ramesh Prasad, Satte Rangaiah, Dil Raju and Chadalawada Srinivasa Rao. This film should be taken on a high budget, but I was forced do it within my constraints. During a function, the former union minister Vidyasagar Rao suggested me to make a film on the armed struggle of Telangana. That time I decided to make it a reality. I hope the film would be successful.”