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It’s a wrap for Naresh Agastya’s Sarasalu Chalu, makers aim for Diwali release

Sanjana Sarathy plays the female lead in the Sundeep Cheguri directorial

  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 07.33 AM, Jul 30, 2022

It’s a wrap for Naresh Agastya’s Sarasalu Chalu, makers aim for Diwali release
Naresh Agastya and Sanjana Sarathy

Naresh Agastya, who received praise for his performances in Nagesh Kukunoor’s Modern Love Prime on Amazon Prime Video and Senapathi on aha, is touted to be the next big thing in Telugu cinema. The actor’s upcoming film Sarasalu Chalu, which was formally launched last year, has wrapped up shoot. Sundeep Cheguri is the director of the film while Sanjana Sarathy is the female lead.

Bhanuri Chandrakanth Reddy of CK Infini Entertainments is bankrolling the film which is currently undergoing post-production work at a brisk pace. The film’s teaser, which released recently, has caught the eyeballs of many viewers and the makers are satisfied with the response for the same. In a media statement, the producer confirmed that Sarasalu Chalu may head for a Diwali release.

“Sarasalu Chalu is a unique love story. The film has adequate scope for comedy and romance and is certain to make audiences think. Every couple will identify with the story and the film has a unique plot. We hope to release the film for Diwali. We’re in talks to finalise our second project under in our banner. We’ll make an official announcement about it shortly,” Chandrakanth Reddy said.

Venkat, Divya Vani and Venkatesh Kakumanu also essay important roles in the rom-com. Ashwath Siva Kumar is editing the film and Bharath Machiraju is on board as the composer. Rohith Batchu cranks the camera and Jaikanth is the creative producer. Jhansi is the production designer. Lakshmi Sree is the costume designer. Sarasalu Chalu will have four songs in the album.

In a promo released by the makers earlier, the lead character in the film sarcastically says that Romeo-Juliet and Devadas-Parvati are iconic love pairs in popular culture because they never got married and stayed under the same roof. “It is not a romantic comedy. It’s a comedy on romance,” it suggests. The film promises to be a fulfilling mishmash of emotions, humour and romance.