The trailer for Dil Raju's next film "Rowdy Boys," starring his brother's son Ashish Reddy and Malayalam ‘kutty’ Anupama Parameswaran, has gotten a lot of buzz. This isn't because of the story line, but because of Anupama's unexpected lip lock with the new hero Ashish in the Movie. Anupama is being trolled by netizens who have shared multiple screenshots on social media networks, which have gone viral.
When Kriti Shetty's lip-lock sequence with Nani was featured in the shyam singha roy trailer, it drew a lot of positive attention to the film. There is a lot of trolling going on now that Anupama has performed her first-ever lip kiss sequence with a new hero. According to some trolls, once a famous youth makes his or her film debut, anything is achievable, including a lip kiss with a famous heroine.
According to reports, the film contains three to four kissing sequences between Anupama and Ashish, and we'll have to wait and watch how the audience react when it hits theatres on Sankranthi Festival. Anupama, on the other hand, is in serious need of a hit, and we'll have to see if she can pull off a terrific performance as a medic in Rowdy Boys to capture the audience's hearts.
In addition to Anupama Parameswaran and Ashish Reddy the film also stars Karthik Ratnam, Tej Kurapati, Komali Prasad, and Srikanth Ayengar. Youthful Entertainer 'Husharu' Director Sree Harsha directed the Film. He has caught up with the media as the 'Rowdy Boys' Movie prepares to greet audiences in theatres this Sankranti.
In Director’s words - "The story is based on an occurrence that occurred during my academic career in college. Gang fights at college, first-look romance, bittersweet moments, and, of course, the mischievous and immature behaviour of teenagers. When someone recalls on their wild behaviour in college, they are likely to realise how foolish they were in reacting immaturely to situations”. ‘Everyone goes through that period of mixed emotional feelings’, the director said.
He further opined that - "The graph in 'Rowdy Boys' is identical to that in the film 'Happy Days,' which was released a decade ago. It's a character-driven movie. There is a beginning, a middle, and an end to the story and is very distinct in its own way. The plot kicks off with a bang. We used a cast of 1,500 people and road cameras brought in from Mumbai to shoot action sequences". The Romantic Scenes in the Film is a Story Content requisite he claims.
Dil Raju and Allu Sirish are the makers of the film.