We usually see the hero putting an end to the villain's crimes by killing him in movies. But 'Custody' is all about the hero doing everything he can to save the villain. Venkat Prabhu has written the screenplay based on this interesting point and this Telugu-Tamil bilingual is all set to hit the screens on 12th May. Naga Chaitanya is being very active in promotions. He made headlines a few days back by saying in an interview that Parasuram wasted his time and he doesn't want to talk about the 'Solo' director.
In a recent interview, he talked about his first kiss and crushes. He said, "I liked my classmate a lot when I was in my sixth or seventh grade. For my first date during intermediate, we went to a coffee shop. The kiss scene in 'Ye Maya Chesave' was my first one on the screen. I won't be revealing about my offscreen first kiss. I first thing I try to find in a girl and like is her personality. I like loneliness a lot and prefer to spend time with myself a lot. When we are alone, we get to know more about ourselves and fresh thoughts come into our minds. It helps in maintaining balance in life."
As we know, Naga Chaitanya and Samantha met each other during the shooting of 'Ye Maya Chesave' and formed an instant bond. They acted together in 'Majili', 'Manam' and 'Autonagar Surya'. As their love became strong, their families agreed too and they got married in 2017. Four years into their marriage, the couple announced their divorce news on 2nd October 2021.
Coming to 'Custody', Venkat Prabhu directed this fick while Krithi Shetty is the heroine. Aravind Swamy played the villain role while Priyamani, Sampath, Vennela Kishore, and others played key roles. Srinivasaa Chitturi of Srinivasaa Silver Screen is bankrolling the film while Abburi Ravi has penned dialogues. The legendary father-son duo of Maestro, Isaignani Ilaiyaraaja, and little Maestro Yuvan Shankar Raja are going to score tunes for the film and Pavan Kumar will be presenting this ambitious project. SR Kathir is the cinematographer.