The film marks the directorial debut of Ayaan Bommalee and is produced by Jagadish Yalamanchili under Global Empower Broadcasting Pvt. Ltd
Last Updated: 08.47 AM, Feb 25, 2023
Thrigun (popularly known as Adith Arun earlier), who forayed into Telugu cinema with Gunnam Gangaraju’s Katha, went on to make a mark in the industry with his performances in PSV Garuda Vega, Dear Megha and Konda. He starred in the romance drama Prema Desam earlier this year, directed by Srikanth Siddham. He has given a nod to another concept-driven film titled Avasaraniko Abaddam.
Avasaraniko Abaddam is directed by a newcomer Ayaan Bommalee and will launch popular model Rubal Shekawat into the industry. Jagadish Yalamanchili of Global Empower Broadcasting Pvt. Ltd is bankrolling the film which formally commenced with a puja ceremony at Ramanaidu Studios. Jhansi and Krishnamurthy present the film.
Cinematography minister for Telangana, Talasani Srinivas Yadav, producers Dil Raju, Damodar Prasad, Suresh Babu and others graced the film launch event. Dil Raju sounded the clapboard for the first shot with Damodara Prasad switching on the camera. Producer Suresh Babu directed the opening sequence. The film promises to throw new light on the significance of lies in a man’s life.
Director Ayan Bommalee asserted that a lie plays a crucial role in a man’s life, from how a mom lies to feed her child to a doctor convincing a family about a patient’s recovery on their deathbed. “Lies are important, even Lord Krishna in Mahabharata had to do it on a few occasions. With inspirations from epics, we’ve made a story on lies with commercial elements and cinematic liberties.”
Producer Jagdish Babu Yalamanchili called himself a huge film buff and said that Avasaraniko Abaddam was an attempt to uphold dharma in society. “Whether we go to any temple, church or masjid, we all say Dharmo Rakshati Rakshitaha,” he added. Thrigun reportedly okayed the script in the very first narration and called the plot, unique and fresh. He exuded optimism about Mani Sharma’s presence, hoping he would give him many chartbusters in his album.