Kichcha Sudeep’s awaited action-adventure fantasy film ‘Vikrant Rona’ is all set to release tomorrow. Sudeep and his team were actively promoting their movie across the nation. Salman Khan attended the pre-release ceremony for the Hindi version, which was recently held in Mumbai. This weekend’s Hindi audience will undoubtedly keep an eye on this movie.
The Park Hayatt hotel in Hyderabad hosted the Telugu version’s pre-release event yesterday night. The ceremony’s principal guest was Sudeep’s close friend and Tollywood star Nagarjuna. Sudeep expressed his gratitude to the Telugu audience for the positive reception to the trailer and music. One of the reporters also questioned the “Eega” star about the current state of Bollywood. Responding to the question the actor said “Just because Hindi cinema is not doing well, it is ok to say south cinema is dominating. I think there are good times for everything. If the Hindi film industry has not been doing great or doesn’t have great people, how would you think it sustained for so many years. It’s just a matter of time.”
Praising Sudeep and Vikrant Rona, Nagarjuna said, ”With ‘Vikrant Rona’ Sudeep is going to rock all over India. I wish him all the best. We put the posters of blockbuster films in Annapurna Studios, and I ‘m sure Vikrant Rona’s poster will be there after the release. The trailer is amazing, and I ‘m also eagerly waiting to watch the film in theaters in 3D. I ‘m sure it will be fantastic. Telugu people are very generous. If they like the film, they will make the cast and crew apex. And you will feel that generosity very soon. God bless you. ‘Vikrant Rona’ will be a superhit.”
‘Vikrant Rona’ is directed by Anup Bhandari and produced by Kichcha Creations, Shalini Arts and Invenio Films India. It is presented by Salman Khan Films in the Northern regions. B Ajaneesh Loknath composed the music for the film. Nirup Bhandari, Neetha Ashok, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ravishankar Gowda, Madhusudan Rao and Vasuki Vaibhav are also playing lead roles in the film. The film is being released across all major languages in 3D and 2D versions on 28 July.