Mass Maharaj Ravi Teja has completed working on 'Ramarao On Duty' long back but the film got postponed due to unknown reasons. The promotions have begun already and the makers released three songs from the album which were two beautiful melodies and a special number. Fans of Ravi Teja who were disappointed with 'Khiladi' are eagerly waiting for this film. The teaser too looked quite promising too and there are good expectations on this movie.
There is a level of uncertainty about the film's release as it was postponed several times. There is a rumour that the promotions have rebegun was Ravi Teja's balance remuneration was cleared. There were also reports that the a lot of rework has been done on the script and a couple of reshoots were also performed. The movie's director Sharath Mandava tried to give clarity on all these issues in a recent interview. He denied all the rumours which are going around. He stated that the delay in the shooting was just due to scheduling and nothing else. He added that he was busy with work all these days which stopped him from addressing the media.
Apparently, they changed a song shooting from foreign to Himachal due to the pandemic but with things getting better, they went abroad again. Due to this, the production took longer than expected. The latest update says that the picturization of two songs and some talkie part is left for shooting.
Rajisha Vijayan and Divyansha Koushil are the female leads in this project while Nasser, Sr Naresh, Pavitra Lokesh, 'Sarpatta' John Vijay, Chaitanya Krishna, Tanikella Bharani, Rahul Rama Krishna, Eerojullo Sree, Madhu Sudan Rao, Surekha Vani and others play key roles. Sam CS composed the music for this film while Sathyan Sooryan is the director of photography. Praveen KL is the editor and this story is written from true incidents.
This movie produced under Sudhakar Cherukuri's SLV Cinemas LLP and RT Teamworks is directed by debutant Sharath Mandava. Venu Thottempudi plays a key role and Ravi Teja will be seen as a Deputy Collector Mandal Revenue Officer in his 68th film.