Ramadasu's role an emotional one: Nagarjuna
Vijayawada, Apr 15 (UNI) Film star Nagarjuna has described his role in his latest film 'Ramadasu' as emotional, and the movie as one that had brought him success.
Interacting with mediapersons here yesterday, he said he had started the 'victory' rally of his earlier film 'Annamayya' from here and now he was holding the same rally for 'Ramadasu.' Contrasting the two roles, Nagarjuna described that of playing the saint poet Annamacharya as soft, while in depicting Bhadrachala Ramdas, he characterises a person who struggles to build a temple to Lord Rama. The latter had rejuvenated Bhakti, he added.
Writer J K Bharavi said the film was propelling youth to spirituality and had highlighted culture and tradition.
A class three student wrote a letter to the movie director Raghavendra Rao appreciating the film and suggested it would have been better had the dates and year of saint poet Ramdas's life been provided to guide the viewers.
Mr Bharavi said the film had been released in the US and other countries. It was doing well and receiving good reviews. He had a word of appreciation for music director Keeravani, for his melodious music filled with classic tunes.
Actress Archana, who played Sita, felt it was a godsend for her and she was fortunate to get the role in the prestigious film.
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