The music of Yuvatha, starring Happy Days hero Nikhil, is today released amidst an impressive gathering amidst charged atmosphere at Jouk Pub, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. Made on Worth Watching Entertainments banner, Yuvatha is produced by Hari and Uma Prakas. Direction is by debutant Parasuram. Mani Sharma scored music for the film. Aditya Music is marketing the audio, with six songs.
Top producer and distributor Dil Raju released the audio CD and presented the first number to Hari, one of the producers. Bommarillu Bhaskar unveiled the audio cassette and gave it to director Parasuram. The event was graced by hero Nikhil, debut heroine Aksha, Monali (Happy Days girl), fight masters Ram Lakshman, lyricist Krishna Chaitanya, actor Srinivasa Reddy, cinematographer Jaswant and others.
Nikhil has great future
Dil Raju said: “Prior to his entry into Happy Days project, Nikhil used to come to our office for some character artistes’ roles. After some months, suddenly he appeared in Happy Days team. I felt thrilled. During the shoot of Happy Days, I told him that he would get great future. Now, I am happy to see Nikhil as a crazy boy for youth. Mani Sharma’s music has brought all the richness to the film. I am confident that the film would become screen and musical hit as well. I wish the entire team of Yuvatha grand success.”
Mani Sharma’s music, a big asset
Bommarillu Bhaskar said: “Director Parasuram has the fire in him to take on big challenges. I knew him as a workaholic when working with me. Mani Sharma’s music will be a great asset to the film. I wish Yuvatha unit all success.”
Dil Raju – big inspiration to me
Parasuram said: “I am thankful to Mani Sharma garu, who has given superb music for my album. It is going to be the best of Mani Sharma garu. I am a big admirer of Dil Raju right from the beginning of my career. He is my inspiration. When I narrated the subject to the producers, they instantly gave their green signal with all the hope in me. I can say with confidence that I have worked hard and tried my level best to give a beautiful entertainer.”
Youthful… all the way
Nikhil said: “All these days the media has been supporting me very much. I am thankful to one and all that have come here to bless me and my team. Director Parasuram had modeled my character in such a way that it is full of life and vigor. I hope the film will definitely reach the expectations of the youth audience in tune with title.”
Aksha, debut heroine, said: “I am thrilled to see the response to the audio. All of us in the team – cast and crew – are very young. The film Yuvatha is full of youthful stuff. I hope you will all enjoy the music and film as well. As I am a debutant, I need the support and blessings of the Telugu audiences.”