Legendary actor Allu Ramalingaiyya has served the Telugu film industry not just as an actor but also as a producer. He started the prestigious Geetha Arts banner and produced many films. After him, his son Allu Aravind took over responsibility and became one of the biggest producers in Tollywood. He made many high-budget movies not just in Telugu but in other languages too. Apart from that, he is even encouraging new talent with his 'GA2 Pictures' banner.
Continuing the family's legacy, Allu Venkatesh (Bobby) has entered the production field. He turned into a producer for Mega Prince Varun Tej's upcoming sports drama 'Ghani' which is being directed by debutant Kiran Korrapati. He started his own banner called Renaissance Pictures and started his journey as a producer with such a powerful entertainer. The publicity content including the first look and motion posters got a positive response from the audience. Varun Tej transformed himself for this movie in which he will be seen as a boxer. His workout videos are getting a lot of appreciation. The shooting of this film is going at a brisk pace right now.
Recently, Icon Star Allu Arjun paid a visit to his brother Allu Bobby's film sets. He entered the set of 'Ghani' and conveyed his best wishes to the entire team. Allu Arjun said that he is very happy to see his elder brother Allu Venkatesh (Bobby) entering the production field and wholeheartedly wished that he would carry the legacy of his father and grandfather ahead.
Varun Tej is on a high after the success of 'F2' and 'Gaddalakonda Ganesh'. He is currently working on 'Ghani' and 'F3' simultaneously. While 'F3' is a complete no holds barred entertainer, 'Ghani' is a sports drama and Varun will be seen as a boxer. Saiee Manjrekar will be seen as the romantic interest of Varun Tej while Kannada star Upendra and Bollywood senior star Suniel Shetty will be seen playing crucial roles in this project. Fans are eagerly waiting for this film to hit the screens. A lot of films with a boxing theme have tried to please the audience in recent times and it is to be seen how 'Ghani' turns out.