Big Stars Coming Forward To Support The Upcoming!

Wed Jan 12 2022 12:33:55 GMT+0530 (IST)

Telugu film industry is growing big in recent times and the best thing about it is that we are growing big together. There seems to be a lot of unity among the film fraternity than before. We are seeing Nandamuri Balakrishna hosting a special talk show in Allu Aravind's 'Aha' and a lot of popular celebrities are coming to it. Allu Arjun attended the event of 'Akhanda' and we've already seen Mahesh Babu sharing candid moments with NTR on multiple occasions.

The big stars of Tollywood are now coming forward to help the upcoming heroes too. We have seen Prabhas launching the trailer of Akash Puri's 'Romantic' in the past and we recently saw NTR releasing the trailer of Ashish Reddy's 'Rowdy Boys'. A party song from the same film was released by Allu Arjun and Prabhas released another new song from it.

Ashok Galla is making his film debut with 'Hero' which is all set to hit the screens this Sankranti. This film is getting a lot of positive response thanks to its songs and trailer. The pre-release event is going on be held on a grand scale and the makers confirmed that Ram Charan is arriving as the main guest. As we know, Mahesh Babu has tested positive for Covid-19 and is in isolation as of now. He would have attended his nephew's function at all costs but due to his absence, Ram Charan took the responsibility of promoting the debut hero's film. As we know, Charan and Mahesh are good friends as there are photos of them together on social media. This is a very good happening in Tollywood and hope it continues for years to come.

Directed by 'Devadas' and 'Shamanthakamani' fame Sriram Adittya, this interesting film will mark the launch of Ashok Galla as a hero. Nidhhi Agerwal is the heroine in 'Hero' which is releasing on 15th January. Produced under Amara Raja Media & Entertainment banner, Padmavathi Galla bankrolled this action entertainer. Ghibran composed the music for this flick. While Sameer Reddy and Richard Prasad are the cinematographers. Kalyan Shankar and AR Tagore wrote the dialogues.