Rupak Ronaldson is the writer-director of the film that also stars Pavani Karanam, Bunny Abiran, Sai Prasanna and others
Last Updated: 08.43 AM, May 21, 2023
Rural entertainers are the toast of the season in Telugu cinema. After Balagam, Virupaksha, next week’s release Mem Famous, we’re set to witness another rooted story from the hinterlands of Telugu states. Pareshan, a madcap comedy presented by Rana Daggubati, is written and directed by Rupak Ronaldson, the brain behind Kobbari Matta. The film is hitting screens on June 2.
Thiruveer, Pavani Karanam play the lead roles in the film that also stars Sai Prasanna, Arjun Krishna, Shruthi Riyan, Buddarakhan Ravi, Raju Bedigela and Muralidhar Goud. While the film’s promos have made noise already, the trailer was launched in the presence of Rana Daggubati in Hyderabad. Going by the glimpse, audiences are in for a mad, entertaining ride.
The trailer starts with an interaction between a father and a son where the former chides him for getting poor grades in his exams. It later focuses on its rural backdrop, how the protagonist is wiling away his time with friends and throws light on his parents’ concerns about his future. The film later introduces you to a few quirky characters in its world, their love lives.
When the protagonist’s father gets to know about his son’s love life, there’s confusion all around. The lives of the pivotal characters take a drastic turn owing to an incident and their reactions offer good scope for humour. The director has truly made the film, written his characters with convictions and Pareshan has all the ingredients to draw eyeballs of audiences ahead of its release.
Produced by Siddharth Rallapalli under Waltair Productions, Pareshan has music by Yashwanth Nag. Vasu Pendem cranked the camera for the film while Sripal Macharla is the art director and the costume designer. Akkala Chandramouli is the sole lyricist. Hari Shankar TN and Rupak Ronaldson have edited the film while it’ll be distributed by Spirit Media.