The film directed by Tirumala Kishore revolves around a youngster, with five elder sisters, who is desperate to get married
Last Updated: 01.34 PM, Feb 25, 2022
Actor Sharwanand, whose last release was Maha Samudram, will be keen to regain lost ground with Aadavaallu Meeku Johaarlu, that is all set for release on March 4. Rashmika Mandanna, on a high after the pan-Indian success of Pushpa The Rise, plays the female lead in the film. Tirumala Kishore is wielding the megaphone for the family entertainer produced by Sudhakar Cherukuri under SLV Cinemas.
The makers have announced that the film's theatrical trailer will be launched on February 27 at Shilpakala Vedika, Hyderabad. Staying true to theme and in a bid to highlight the spirit of sisterhood and womanhood in the film, actresses Keerthy Suresh and Sai Pallavi have been invited as the chief guests for the event. Sithara Entertainments had done something similar with their rom-com Varudu Kaavalenu by inviting Pooja Hegde for one of their promotional events last year.
Tirumala Kishore believes the universal appeal of the plot will help the film's relatability across all age groups. Khushbu, Radhika Sarathkumar, Kalyani Natarajan, Rajasree Nair, Jhansi, and Urvashi essay important roles in Aadavaallu Meeku Johaarlu. The film's technical team includes cinematographer Sujith Sarang, editor A Sreekar Prasad while Devi Sri Prasad has scored the music.