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Allari Naresh to unravel Bacchala Malli secrets

Friday, December 1, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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Allari Naresh, the celebrated hero, is set to collaborate with director Subbu Mangadevi, renowned for his work in "Solo Brathuke So Better," for the actor's 63rd film. This exciting venture will be produced by Razesh Danda and Balaji Gutta under the esteemed banner of Hasya Movies, known for delivering the blockbuster "Samajavaragamana." Marked as production No. 4 for the banner, the film's title was officially revealed today as #N63, powerfully named "Bachchala Malli."

The title poster depicts a visually striking scene of a fully loaded tractor plunging into a valley, with the movie's name boldly inscribed on the vehicle. As implied by the poster, "Bachchala Malli" promises a high-octane action-packed experience for the audience.

This new-age action drama promises to be a groundbreaking venture, evident from the announcement video released on Allari Naresh's birthday. The actor is poised to take on an intense role, unveiling a completely revamped look for this cinematic journey.

Sharing the screen with Allari Naresh is the talented Amritha Aiyer, who assumes the role of the leading lady. The film boasts a stellar cast featuring well-known actors such as Kota Jayaram, Rao Ramesh, Sai Kumar, Dhanraj, Hari Teja, among others, in significant roles.

"Bachchala Malli" is poised to be a grand cinematic spectacle, with a team of accomplished technicians at the helm. Vishal Chandrasekhar, famed for his work in "Sita Ramam," will compose the music, while the accomplished Richard M Nathan, known for films like "Maanaadu," "Rangam," and "Matti Kusthi," will be the cinematographer. Chota K Prasad will handle the editing, and Brahma Kadali is set to showcase his expertise as the production designer.

The narrative, conceived by director Subbu, delves into the emotional journey of the protagonist against the backdrop of the 1990s. The regular shoot for this much-anticipated project is set to commence soon, promising audiences an immersive cinematic experience.

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