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'Rangasthalam' song as Samatha's title
It is known that Samantha and Ram Charan starrer Rangasthalam movie turned out to be an industry hit and broke the nonBaahubali record as well In that movie, there is a song Yentha Sakkagunnave which became a super hit
It is known that Samantha and Ram Charan starrer 'Rangasthalam' movie turned out to be an industry hit and broke the non-Baahubali record as well. In that movie, there is a song 'Yentha Sakkagunnave' which became a super hit.
Now, that song is going to become the title of Samantha's upcoming movie. It is known that Samantha has recently signed the project with director Nandini Reddy. The movie is going to be the remake of the South Korean movie 'Miss Granny'. As per the latest reports, the makers have decided 'O Baby Yentha Sakkagunnave' as the title of the film. The title itself is enough to grab the attention of the audience. Samantha has already worked under the direction of Nandini Reddy for 'Jabardasth' movie starring Siddharth. But the movie turned out to be a biggest disaster at the box office.
We have to see if this combo can impress the audience this time or not. Samantha is currently busy shooting for her upcoming movie 'Majili'. The shooting of Nandini Reddy project will go on floors after wrapping up 'Majili'.