The film directed by Venu Madikanti stars Indra Sena, Rajendra Prasad, Sonia Agarwal and Aishwarya Raj Bhakuni
Last Updated: 05.03 PM, Jul 18, 2022
After the stupendous success of the KGF franchise, composer Ravi Basrur is trying his hand at another pan-Indian film titled Sasanasabha. A political thriller to release in Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, and Hindi languages, the film is directed by Venu Madikanti. The film is bankrolled by Thulasi Ram Sappani and Shanmugam Sappani (known as Sappani Brothers) under Sabro Production.
The film’s shoot has already been wrapped and the makers have embarked on a promotional campaign today, with the release of the motion poster. Basrur’s booming score gives all the energy to the motion poster where there are visuals of a constitution book, a legislative asssembly, a leader making a statement in an empty assembly hall amidst the backdrop of Delhi
Of course, the logo of the Legislative Assembly building was evident in the poster too. The team shares that the film throws light on the idea of an elected house is and how it should function purposefully in an entertaining way. “The film's subject will be very relevant to today's society and will convey an important message to the audience without being preachy,” they add.
Aishwarya Raj Bhakuni plays the female lead of Sasanasabha whose star cast also comprises Rajendra Prasad, Sonia Agarwal, Prudhvi Raj, Jabardasth Apparao, Anish Kuruvilla and Amit. The film has cinematography by Krishna Murali and was edited by veteran and late technician Gowtham Raju. K Raghavendra Reddy has written the story, screenplay and dialogues. K V Ramana is the art director.
Kumari 21F female lead Hebah Patel will be part of a racy dance number in the film. Political thrillers have always had juicy drama and can serve as an important parallel to the ways of the society. One needs to wait for a few more months to see how Sasanasabha fares at the box office.