The sequel of the teen drama will have a grand release in Hindi, Tamil and Kannada too
Last Updated: 01.37 PM, Mar 25, 2023
Noted Telugu composer Ghantadi Krishna, a sought-after name in the 2000s for his catchy dance numbers and melodies, worked on many hit films like Sampangi, 6 Teens, Premalo Pavani Kalyan, Janaki Weds Sriram and Ammayi Kosam, to name a few. He is set to don a new role in his career now. The composer is gearing up to direct and produce to the sequel to his 2001 hit 6 Teens.
Popular teen drama 6 Teens, starring Rohith, will have a sequel titled Risk. That’s not all - the film, produced under GK Miracles, will release in four languages including Telugu, Hindi, Tamil and Kannada. Sandeep Ashwa, Sania Thakur, Jhaveri, Tarun Sagar, Arjun Thakur, Vishvesh, Anish Kuruvilla, Rajeev Kanakala, Kadambari Kiran, Duvvasi Mohan, Tarzan, TNR play crucial roles in the film.
The first single from Risk titled Sogasuke Soku, sung by Sid Sriram was launched today. Aditya Music has acquired the music rights of the entertainer. Noted celebrities from the industry including director-producer MS Raju, Y Ravi Shankar (of Mythri Movies), actor-director Aditya Om, politician Bethi Subhash Reddy, bureaucrat V Ramakrishna Rao, sociologist D Kumara Swami, Raavi Suresh Reddy, Gaddam Ravi, Vijay Varma, director RK graced the event.
Sogasuke Soku was formally unveiled by MS Raju while lauding Ghantadi Krishna’s composition and his confidence to venture into film production and direction. “Rewards in life are proportional to the risks you take,” he said. The Telugu motion poster was launched by Y Ravi Shankar while recollecting his memories of listening to Devudu Varamandiste in his college days.
The Hindi, Tamil and Kannada versions of the song Itni Khubsurat, Azhaguke Azhagu and Sogasike Merugu were released by Aditya Om, Bethi Subhash Reddy and V Ramakrishna Rao respectively. The lead actor Sandeep Ashwa said he would always be grateful to the director-producer-composer for the opportunity. Ghantadi Krishna thanked the film’s technicians - cinematographer Jagadish Kumar, editor Shiva Sharvani and stunt director Shankar at the event.