Makers said that this would be evident when the film hits the screens on April 27 next year.

Bharath Ane Nenu completely different from Leader makers dispel rumours
Flix Entertainment Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - 12:47

The Rana Daggubati starrer Leader, which was released in 2010, had the lead star playing the Chief Minister’s son. In the movie, Rana had played the foreign-returned son of the CM who had to face several challenges in the political world due to the untimely death of his father.

With reports surfacing that Mahesh Babu’s upcoming film Bharath Ane Nenu is set on the same premise, the makers of the film have denied it. Sources say that there is no similarity between both the films in any way and this would be evident when the film hits the screens on April 27 next year.

According to the makers, while Mahesh Babu plays the son of the Chief Minister in the film and he takes over the reins from his father, the entire story is something different from Leader, we hear.

Director Koratala Siva is leaving no stone upturned to ensure that the film is unique. Being an accomplished writer himself, he will make sure of it, add sources.

Written and directed by Koratala Siva, Bharath Ane Nenu stars Mahesh Babu in the lead role. Bollywood star Kiara Advani plays the female lead in this film with R Sarath Kumar and Prakash Raj in pivotal roles.

The star cast also includes Devaraj, Aamani, Sithara, Posani Krishna Murali, Devadas, Kanakala, P. Ravi Shankar, Jeeva, Yashpal Sharma and Rahul Ramakrishna.

Bankrolled by DVV Dhannaya under his banner DVV Entertainments, the film is made on a budget of Rs. 58 crore. Devi Sri Prasad is scoring the music for this venture with Ravi K. Chandran handling the camera and Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao editing it.

Special sets have been erected for filming the Assembly sequences in the film and it would be the highlight, say sources. With Koratala Siva teaming up with Mahesh Babu for the second time after Srimanthudu, we can expect another blockbuster hit.

 

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