Tipped to be a crime saga, the film is written and directed by R Indrasena.

Shriya Sarans look in Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayulu goes viral
Flix Tollywood Sunday, July 22, 2018 - 13:36
Written by  Digital Native

Shriya Saran’s look in the upcoming Telugu film Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayulu was released recently and has been garnering positive reviews. The first look has managed to capture the attention of film buffs and Shriya’s fans hope that her star status would go up with this film. With a completely new hairdo and intense look, the actor looks intriguing. The first look also indicates that Shriya has a performance-oriented role in Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayulu.

Tipped to be a crime saga, the film is written and directed by R Indrasena, bankrolled by Apparao Bellana under his banner Baba Creations and will be presented by Dr MVK Reddy. Mark K Robin is the music composer for this film while the camera has been cranked by S Venkat and Naveen Yadav, and the editing is done by Shashank Mali. While Shriya plays the lead role in the film, it has Nara Rohit as the hero. The others in supporting roles are Sree Vishnu and Sudheer Babu.

Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu with the tagline ‘Cult is Rising’ has created a lot of expectations among film buffs ever since Shriya’s look in the flick was revealed.

Apart from this film, Shriya has Aata Naade Veta Naade in Telugu which is being directed by Teja. She also has a Tamil movie titled Naragasooran, a dark and intense suspense drama, for which Karthik Naren in wielding the megaphone. According to sources, she plays an interesting character, one she has never done in her career so far. Starring Arvind Swami and Sundeep Kishan in the lead, the film also has Aathmika in an important role.

Shriya also has Tadka, directed by Prakash Raj, which marks his directorial debut in Hindi cinema. The film, a remake of his Tamil hit, Un Samayal Arayil, also stars Nana Patekar, Ali Fazal and Taapsee Pannu.

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