Ravi Babu’s next film in the pipeline is titled Aaviri. The first look poster of the film has been launched and it looks intriguing. The poster features a woman in a pressure cooker with the lid open. Her wide and scary eyes promise an interesting tale. Interestingly, the concept poster that was released earlier also garnered the attention of the film buffs in a big way. It features a woman in a smoky jar with a claw opening the lid, letting out the smoke.
From the posters released so far it is evident that the film will be a thriller. While Ravi Babu will be playing the main lead in it, Neha Chauhan, Sri Mukhtha, Bharani Shankar and Mukthar Khan will be debuting as actors with Aaviri. Veteran producer Dil Raju is presenting Aaviri under his banner Sri Venkateswara Creations while it is produced by Ravi Babu’s Flying Frogs.
On working with Dil Raju, Ravi Babu had said in an interview to Cinemaexpress, “I have been longing to work with Dil Raju for a film and it feels exciting to team up with him for Aaviri. The shooting has been wrapped up and the post-production is underway. We are planning to release the film in October.”
“Here’s the first look of #RaviBabu’s #Aaviri. Starring Ravi Babu, Neha Chauhan, Sri Muktha, Bharani Shankar, Mukhtar Khan. Produced by @flyingfrogsoffl,Presented by #DilRaju. @svc_official," Sri Venkateswara Creations wrote on their Twitter handle.
Here’s the first look of #RaviBabu’s #Aaviri.— Sri Venkateswara Creations (@SVC_official) September 11, 2019
Starring Ravi Babu, Neha Chauhan, Sri Muktha, Bharani Shankar, Mukhtar Khan.
Produced by @flyingfrogsoffl
Presented by #DilRaju. @svc_official
October 2019 Release. pic.twitter.com/9zLUyRZMCm
The film is currently in the post-production mode and we expect its release in October. However, the date is yet to be finalised with a good number of biggies eyeing the Dussehra release.
The latest we hear is that Dil Raju would be teaming up with Bollywood producer Boney Kapoor to bankroll the Telugu remake of Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Badhaai Ho, directed by Amit Sharma.
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