The film directed by Sreenu Gavireddy also stars Kashish Khan, Posani Krishna Murali
Actor Raj Tarun is gearing up for the release of Anubhavinchu Raja, his third film under the prestigious banner, Annapurna Studios (his other films with the banner being Uyyala Jampala, Rangula Ratnam). Annapurna Studios (Supriya Yarlagadda) is producing the film in collaboration with Sri Venkateswara Cinemas LLP. The film, proclaimed to be an out-and-out entertainer, is directed by Sreenu Gavireddy, with whom Raj Tarun had earlier collaborated for the rural comedy Seethamma Andalu Ramayya Sithralu. The first poster of the film was launched by actor Nagarjuna Akkineni on Saturday.
The first poster of the film, set amidst a village backdrop, is as lively as it can get. Raj Tarun, in the role of Bangaram, in his dhoti is seen caressing a rooster in a season of cockfights and gambling. There's a festive vibe around; the scene is set in an open area in a village with a temple and a giant wheel in the background and scores of people watching Bangaram. There are motifs of money, playing cards spread across the poster. There are hills, colours, coconut trees and a group of people playing the nadaswaram as well. Going by the poster, it looks like the makers are aiming for a 2022 Sankranti release.
Kashish Khan plays Raj Tarun's love interest in the film. Sreenu Gavireddy, who has also written Anubhavinchu Raja's story, is reuniting with Seethamma Andalu Ramayya Sithralu composer Gopi Sundar for the same. Bhaskarabhatla has been roped in as the lyricist. The film's technical team comprises cinematographer Nagesh Banell (who last worked for Merise Merise), editor Chota K Prasad, art directors Supriya Battepati and Ramkumar. Posani Krishna Murali, Aadukalam Naren, Ajay, Sudharshan, Tempar Vamsi, Aadharsh Bhalakrishna and Ravi Krishna form the film's supporting cast.
Anubhavinchu Raja has finished its shoot recently and is gearing up for a theatrical release soon.