Director Bobby launched the actress’ first look of the upcoming Telugu movie on her birthday, yesterday.
105 Minutes will be featuring Hansika Motwani in the lead and the only role. It will be the first Telugu movie ever that would have been taken in a single shot in reel and real time with no in-between cuts. The first look of the movie was unveiled by KS Ravindra aka Bobby on social media on her birthday the previous day. The renowned director is known to have worked with Powerstar Pawan Kalyan and NTR Jr in movies like Sardaar Gabbar Singh and Jai Lava Kusa. The first look of Hansika seemed to be quite gripping where its catchphrase “What you can’t see can hurt you” builds up the anticipation of the movie.
Happy to launch the intriguing First look of #OneNotFiveMinuttess.— Bobby (@dirbobby) August 9, 2021
Wishing you a very happy birthday @ihansika, all the best! 👍@bommakshiva999 @rajudussa105@durgakishore11 @SamCSmusic@brahmakadali @roopakiranganji@alapakaguna @BaluDekka@Sudhir_ID#105MinuttessFirstLook pic.twitter.com/noXZcGQBVH
105 Minutes is helmed by Raju Dussa and produced by Bommak Shiva under the banner of Rudransh Celluloid. The cinematography of 105 minutes has been worked on by Kishore Boyidapu. Sam CS (of Vikram Vedha and Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum fame) has composed the soundtrack of the movie. The movie was filmed in the area near Rajendranagar, Hyderabad at a house. It was reported that the movie has been filmed completely and is currently undergoing post-production.
Hansika is currently awaiting the release of her 50th movie titled Maha. It will be starring Silambarasan in a special cameo role. The teaser of the upcoming movie was also shared by the actress on social media. The movie will feature the actress in a lead role and is directed by UR Jameel. The second teaser of the movie was also unveiled on her birthday that featured Simbu as an interesting character. Maha also stars Srikanth, Karunakaran and Thambi Ramaiah in prominent roles.
The release dates of Hansika’s upcoming movies 105 Minutes and Maha are yet to be confirmed.