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Kiran Abbavaram: Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha is our tribute to Tirupathi, it’ll live upto your expectations

Kashmira plays the female lead in the film written and directed by Murali Kishor Abburu

Kiran Abbavaram: Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha is our tribute to Tirupathi, it’ll live upto your expectations
Kiran Abbavaram
  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 05.22 PM, Feb 12, 2023

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Kiran Abbavaram, who went through a series of misfires the previous year, hopes to bounce back with a bang with Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha, an action entertainer, written and directed by Murali Kishor Abburu. Kashmira is the leading lady of the film that also stars Subhalekha Sudhakar, Murali Sharma, Praveen. The film, spanning 138 minutes, is set to release worldwide on February 18.

Ahead of the film’s release, the team came together for the audio launch at Tirupathi, staying true to the backdrop of the story. The event was graced by the lead pair in addition to producer Bunny Vas. An excited Kiran Abbavaram spoke his heart out to the locals at the launch. “I’m sure audiences at Tirupathi will remember the Lord of seven hills and chant Govinda Govinda after you watch our film.”


“When I was studying Intermediate here, Jalsa had released in all theatres in the town and I managed to get the tickets with great trouble. Today, I feel humbled to have gotten the opportunity to do a film produced by the banner behind Jalsa and I’ll be indebted to Allu Aravind and Bunny Vas for this. The director (Nandu) belongs to Tirupathi as well,” Kiran Abbavaram shared.

“There’s a song in the film that’s dedicated to Tirupathi which has lyrics like Desam mottham parapathi raa..maa Tirupathi perante motha raa. I’m grateful to Anurag Kulkarni, Chaitan Bharadwaj and Kalyan Chakravarthi for writing such a fantastic number. I and the director, having lived mostly in Tirupathi, wanted to give back something to this place and this film is our tribute to this town,” he added.

The SR Kalyana Mandapam actor asserted that the film will ensure a good high, have impressive dialogues and said he was missing the director and the music director at the event, who’re busy giving final touches to the film. “There’s a superb fight sequence, that we shot near Govindaraja Swami temple. A major part of the team belonged to Tirupathi and we enjoyed having Gobi rice after our shoots here.”

“I may not have tasted success recently but I’m confident about bouncing back with your love. I am sure that the film will live upto your expectations on February 18,” the actor exuded optimism. Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha will lock horns with Dhanush’s Sir at the box office during the next weekend. Two other films, which were to release in the same week, Das Ki Dhamki, Shaakuntalam were postponed recently.