Koratala Siva must have wanted it so his voice reflects maturity.
Mahesh Babu and Koratala Siva's film has been titled "Bharath Ane Nenu". The audio featuring him taking the first oath has been released on January 26.
It is common in the film industry when a director works with a star hero, irrespective of the fate of the film, he responds to the hero's key material of his next movie like when the first look poster or a teaser is released. As the Chief Minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh, playing the upright Bharath, he speaks in a voice that oozes probity every bit.
DVV Dhanayya is bankrolling Bharath Ane Nenu under his banner DVV Entertainment and he recently revealed that Mahesh Babu would take his first oath on the Republic Day. The audio can be heard in Facebook and other platforms.
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The first look is attracting with Mahesh Babu's style of walking with a suitcase.
It is produced by DVV Danayya.
Bharath Ane Nenu marks the Telugu debut of Bollywood actress Kiara Advani while Tamil actor Sarath Kumar has been roped in to play the role of Mahesh Babu's father. The film, with music by Devi Sri Prasad, is scheduled for release in the summer. The film is set to release in April 2015, however, the actual date has not been confirmed yet.
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