The film also stars Ramya Nambeesan, Ashwanth, Param Guhanesh, Saathvik, Sakthi, Kaesitha
Last Updated: 09.13 AM, Jun 21, 2022
Prabhudeva, who’s donned a handful of roles as an actor, director, choreographer and even a producer, is gearing up for the release of a special film in his career, My Dear Bootham. The out-and-out kids’ fantasy film is a multilingual directed by N Ragavan, who has made a mark in Tamil cinema already. The first look of the Telugu version of My Dear Bootham was launched earlier this week.
AN Balaji of Sri Lakshmi Jyothi Creations has acquired the distribution rights for the Telugu version. My Dear Bootham’s first look poster has Prabhudeva in a genie-like avatar. The film, which delivers an important message, reportedly revolves around the relationship between a kid and a genie. Ramya Nambeesan is cast as the kid’s mother.
Prabhudeva got his head tonsured to play genie in My Dear Bootham, even as he retained a tuft of hair atop his head. The team was particular about not using a wig and fiddle with the authenticity of the look. A lot of effort has gone into Prabhudeva’s look for the film.The actor and the team are committed to offer a new experience to audiences.
Five kids Ashwanth, Param Guhanesh, Saathvik, Sakthi and Kaesitha play pivotal roles in the film as well. Among them, Ashwanth, who charmed us all in Super Deluxe, has a prominent part and the film is predominantly about him and Prabhudeva's character. Other actors in the film include Bigg Boss Tamil fame Samyuktha, Imman Annaachi, Suresh Menon and Lollu Sabha Swaminathan.
Bankrolled by Abhishek Films and Ramesh P Pillai, D.Imman has composed the music for the film. UK Senthil Kumar has cranked the camera. The film’s shoot has been wrapped and the post-production is progressing at a brisk pace. My Dear Bootham will be high on VFX, the makers add.