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Appadappada Thaandra from Mangalavaram uncovers dark secrets

Friday, November 3, 2023 • Telugu Comments
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Payal Rajput and Ajay Bhupathi, the duo that first made waves with their debut film "RX100," are reuniting to send shivers down the spines of audiences with their upcoming horror thriller, "Mangalavaram." Despite facing challenges in their journey to achieve the next level of stardom in their subsequent ventures, this latest collaboration is poised to once again captivate movie enthusiasts. The film is set for a multi-lingual release on November 17, 2023, much to the delight of cinephiles.

The film's teaser and the first two songs have received a positive response from movie lovers. The latest release, the third song, "Appadappada Thaandra," captures the essence of a village setting with its playful and cheeky commentary on clandestine affairs between men and women. Set to a captivating tune by Ajaneesh Loknath and penned by Ganesh A, the song infuses gossip about secret affairs with an artistic touch. Choreographer Bhanu skillfully allows the male cast, particularly Tharun Bhascker (in a guest role) and Laxman, to exude child-like enthusiasm. The vibrant and energetic vocals of Rahul Sipligunj complete the performance with flair.The song features a cameo appearance by Tharun Bhascker and Laxman Meesala, delving into the low-key romantic intrigues of the village.

In addition to Payal Rajput, the film features Nandita Swetha, Ajay Ghosh, and several other talented actors in supporting and negative roles. The film is described as a dark thriller with a unique approach, prioritizing strong nativity, meticulous editing, and sound design.

Ajay Bhupathi and the production team, including Swathi Gunupati and Suresh Varma M, are embarking on an ambitious journey by planning to release the movie in various languages, including Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam, through Mudhra Media Works and A Creative Works.

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