A mix of Telugu and Hindi for Ravi Teja

DC | LIPIKA VARMA
Published Dec 26, 2013, 6:02 pm IST
Updated Jan 10, 2016, 8:38 am IST
Ravi Teja’s upcoming untitled film directed by Bobby will have bits of Hindi in a song.

It’s a tame tale the one about Bollywood’s penchant for remaking films from the South. According to sources, Ravi Teja’s new as yet untitled film, being directed by writer-director Bobby, will have a song with the main antra in Hindi.

Reliable sources have confirmed that shooting has been completed on a dance number, in which the main antra goes, "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara". The song has been choreographed by Vishnudeva. Ravi Teja has reportedly done a super job with this number.

 

According to one source, “It took almost five days of shooting to complete this song number. After completing the initial stint, the film’s debutant writer and director, Bobby, has decided to begin the next schedule in January 2014.”

Tollywood’s Ravi Teja needs no introduction. Known for his luminous performances, Ravi has a string of awards to his credit.

In 2008, Ravi won the Nandi Award for the Best Actor for his brilliant portrayal in the film 'Neninthe'. In 2009, his films 'Kick' and 'Rowdy Rathode' (both in Telugu) were nominated for the Filmfare Best Actor award.

 





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