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Vishnu to sing voter anthem

Vishnu to sing voter anthem
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Gen x star Vishnu Manchu  is happy that director Karthik Reddy of ‘Adda’ fame has  come up with voter anthem in his upcoming film ‘Voter’. Set against political backdrop, the film explains the power and rights of a voter, who are otherwise  treated shabbily by politicians.

Gen x star Vishnu Manchu is happy that director Karthik Reddy of ‘Adda’ fame has come up with voter anthem in his upcoming film ‘Voter’. Set against political backdrop, the film explains the power and rights of a voter, who are otherwise treated shabbily by politicians.

“It will be on par with our national anthem since never in the history of Indian democracy a song describing the importance and significance of a voter, ever written or sung,” says director Kartick Reddy, who claims that it would be a tribute to 100 crore voters in our country.

“Voter is the most powerful man in a democracy but he seldom gets respect due for him, that’s the gist of our storyline,’ he adds. He says that it’s less about politics and more about voting right. “Our film will bring spotlight back on voter since it’s a tale of a common voter who takes on the might of powers-that-be and how he manages to show powerful politicians their place,’ he points out.

Pretty actress Surabhi will play love interest to Vishnu, in this much-hyped political saga and it is reportedly being made in Telugu and Tamil languages simultaneously. The team has now returned to India after shooting songs in Ireland to shoot the remaining part. Producer Sudhir Kumar said that this movie’s shoot was almost completed except the climax portion and a song.

He went further and declared that this flick would be a landmark in the careers of the whole team. Meanwhile, Vishnu who has been dabbling with comedies like ‘Edo Rakam Ado Rakam’ now turns serious in his next, to spin box-office magic. “It will be Vishnu’s film all the way,’” adds the director.

When asked about other political films being made in T-town like ‘Nene Raju Nene Mantri,’ and ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ and ‘MLA’ he adds ‘I don’t know much about other films, may be their protoganist would be seen playing a politician, while in our film voter is the king, so there is a vast difference.’

he concludes. In fact, Vishnu’s father and seaosned actor Mohan Babu played a fearless MLA in ‘Assemby Rowdy’ and spun box-office magic. Now it’s turn of his son to deliver a blockbuster in a political thriller. Let’s wait and see.

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