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August 8, 2008

Kannada hit film "Satya In Love" (starring Shivaraj Kumar and Genelia) is hitting the Telugu screens with the same title, soon. Made on Chowdeswari Prasanna Movies banner, the film is directed by Raghava Loki and produced by R. Shankar. The Audio (Telugu version) of the film is released today at Prasad Labs, Hyderabad. A.P. State Trading Corporation chairman Sridhar Reddy unveiled the music CD and presented the first number to producer Shankar. Former minister and TRS leader Nayini Narasimha Reddy also took part as guest of honor. Popular cinematographer Mir, Bhushan (grandson of Nagabushanam) and others were present at the event. The film has music by Kannada music king Gurukiran. Satya In Love is his 50th film.

Telugu nativity is our strength
Dubbing In-charge of the film Subba Rao said: "Though it is the dubbed version of Kannada hit film Satya In Love, the original Kannada version has 60% percent Telugu dialogues. The story is about a Bangalore guy falling in love with a Kurnool girl. The film starts with Kannada in Bangalore and as when the story enters Andhra Pradesh, everything is like watching a Telugu film. Such being the case, the film here in its dubbed format will give the real thrill to the audience. We have all precautions to make the film sound like a complete Telugu film. Popular dubbing artiste Nagarjuna Kumar dubbed the voice for hero Shivraj Kumar; and Savita Reddy did it for heroine Genelia. Another major plus point is that the film has a number of Telugu artistes – Jayaprakash Reddy, MS Narayana, Ajay, Subbaraju, Chandrasekhar, Narsing Yadav and Bullet. The film, which came with both Telugu and Tamil dialogues, was a big hit in Kannada and ran for 150 days. We hope to repeat the magic here."

The crew: Story, screenplay and direction – Raghava Loki; Stunts – Peter Haynes; Cinematography – MR Srinu; Dialogues & Production organizer – Chitti Ramakrishna; Lyrics – Rama Rao, Ajmera Chandu and Satish.

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