Sri Rama Rajyam memory card released

Last Updated: Thu, Aug 25, 2011 09:15 hrs

The audio memory card of Sri Rama Rajyam, starring Balakrishna and Nayantara, was released at Hotel Novotel, Hyderabad in a grand manner. 

Sri Saibaba Movies is making this film with Bapu producing it.

Hero Nandamuri Balakrishna, Jonnavittula Ramalingeswara Rao, Srikanth and Revanth were present at the function.

Lyricist Jonnavittula said: "The Telugu people are lucky to have such films like Sri Rama Rajyam, and that too under the direction of Bapu. It is the result of my previous birth`s luck that I turned lyricist for this film. The story of Lord Rama is the very blood of every Hindu. 

"The director asked me to write lyrics that should manifest the innermost feelings of life and death, struggle and victory in every man`s life.

Ramayana is also present in every man`s life and soul. Earlier, the combination of Bapu and Ramana projected NTR in the film Sri Ramanjaneya and now it is his son`s turn. At this age of 80, Bapu is youthful at heart and energetic in action."

Umesh Gupta, the audio merchant, said that for the first time, the audio memory card is being launched for with Sri Rama Rajyam. The memory card will be made available in all audio centers in the state.

Srikanth said: "A number of hit audios had come out from Aditya music. It is my great luck that I did the role of Lakshmana in this film. I wish all the best to the 2GB memory card of the film`s songs."

Revanth said: "We got tremendous response to the film`s audio. We are happy that now we are coming up with the memory card and this will set a new trend in the industry."

Balakrishna said: "The film happened by chance. After that, everything went well. The roles of Seetha Devi, sage Valmiki and Lakshmana – all happened naturally. Nageswara Rao garu (ANR) is doing Valmiki`s character at this age. This is nothing but the wish and will of God Almighty. 

"Now, I am happy to hear the reports that the music of Sri Rama Rajyam has become a household affair with great music and lyrics. The credit goes to Ilayaraja, who scored divine music. I believe Bapu immortalized my career with this film. This memory card will have all the songs plus some important scenes and dialogues to galvanize the aesthetic spirit of the music lovers."

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