The cast and crew of the film came together for the launch of the second single, Meeru Herolaa, today
Last Updated: 01.09 PM, Aug 17, 2022
Sudheer Babu and Mohana Krishna Indraganti are joining hands for the third time after V and Sammohanam for the relationship drama Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali. Krithi Shetty plays the female lead in the film produced by B Mahendra Babu and Kiran Ballapalli under Benchmark Studios in collaboration with Mythri Movie Makers. Gajulapalle Sudheer Babu is the presenter of the drama that’s set to hit theatres on September 16. The second single from the film, Meeru Herolaa, was launched today.
The song launch event was graced by Sita Ramam director Hanu Raghavapudi in addition to the cast and crew of the film. Incidentally, Meeru Herolaa is a song about the banter between a director and a group of journalists and the makers decided to dedicate the number to media. The number, sung by Vijay Prakash, was lyricised by Ramajogaiah Sastry and composed by Vivek Sagar (his last release was Ante Sundaraniki).
“Journalists are a crucial link to help a film reach its target audience. They promote the film more than us if they like something; they work with the same passion as the film fraternity. I am happy to release my film song in their presence. Indraganti is a director who does justice to his script and it’s always a breeze working with him. If Uppena’s success helped Krithi Shetty bag over 10 films, this is a film that’ll help her settle down in the industry fully,” Sudheer Babu said.
“This is my fourth film with PG Vinda. Vivek Sagar has come up with a terrific music score. This is the perfect debut for a new production house, the film is as grand as a Mahesh Babu starrer. Ramajogaiah Sastry is the only lyricist who can even fill the void left by Sirivennela Seetharama Sastri’s absence. Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali is the best film in Indraganti’s career. There’s romance and abundant family drama. I’m confident you all will like it,” the actor added.
Filmmaker Indraganti Mohana Krishna shared, “I’ve been a journalist in my career too and took up many interviews. I thought it would be interesting to introduce a character through a press conference. Ramajogaiah Sastry came up with a lot of questions and suggestions for the number. Making it a hummable composition is a challenging task and Vivek deserves all the credit. Sudheer is one of my favourite actors here. We picked Krithi even before Uppena’s release and I’m sure she’ll leave you surprised.”
“The producers have a good taste for cinema and I thank Mythri Movie Makers, art director Sahi Suresh for their support. This is my most emotional film. Sita Ramam proved that a good story can draw crowds to theatres, I’m happy to see director Hanu Raghavapudi at our event today. I am dedicating the second song of my film to the media. I hope audiences come to theatres to watch the film and encourage quality cinema,” he further mentioned.
Krithi Shetty too emphasised the role media plays in taking a film to its audience. “I pray for the film’s success. Sudheer Babu has played a very different role in the film and I feel glad to have shared screenspace with him. I thank Indraganti for offering me a meaningful role and the entire team for supporting me,” she stated. Ramajogaiah Sastry, Vivek Sagar, cinematographer PG Vinda, Sahi Suresh also attended the event.