The shooting of actor Naga Chaitanya's Telugu coming-of-age romantic drama Premam, an eponymous remake of the Malayalam blockbuster, is coming to an end.
Directed by Chandoo Mondeti, the portions involving dialogues have already been wrapped up, and a few songs are left to be canned.
According to latest reports, the makers are now planning to shoot two songs in the picturesque locations of Norway.
Sources say, “The crew may leave for Norway by next month which will be the last schedule of the film and the team will be filming the last two songs of the film there. The makers are planning to release the audio of the film on July 23.
The makers have locked August 12 as the release date since there is a long weekend due to Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan. But now, sources say that it may be pushed to August 25 to avoid a clash at the box office with Jr. NTR's Janatha Garage, which is also releasing on August 12.
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