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November 11, 2008


Success meet of Nikhil’s latest film Yuvatha was held at Zouk pub on the night of 11 November. This meet is attended by Dil Raju, Bommarillu Bhaskar, Lagadapati Sridhar, Hari Tummala, Uma Prakash, Nikhil, Aksha, Parasuram, Narasimha, Chaitanya Krishna, Pruthvi, Jaswant and Chaitanya.

Speaking on the occasion Dil Raju said, “Parasuram worked as an associate to my Parugu film. He asked me to see the Yuvatha after the double positive is ready. After watching the double positive, I realized that Parusuram made a film according to the changing tastes of Telugu film lovers. I released the film in Vizag and Nizam and it generated 50 days talk on the day one. The mouth talk improved over a period of time.”

Lagadapati Sridhar wished that this film would run for 100 days.

Bommarillu Bhaskar said, “Parasuram joined the list of successful directors with his debut film. When I asked him during the shoot if he were following Puri Jagan’s style, he said that he is mixing Bhaskar and Puri Jagan style. After watching the film, I realized he did it in his own style. I am happy that the film has become a big success.”

Director Parasuram said, “I have done this film with a blind ambition. I am feeling happy after everybody appreciating the film after release. Dil Raju and Bhaskar provided me lot of moral support. I would like to thank the producers for their faith in me. I want to thank movie lovers for making Yuvatha a hit flick.”

Hero Nikhil said, “I am feeling very emotional today. It is very important for me to sustain the name I got from my debut film Happy Days. Lots of people called me and appreciated me after Yuvatha release. Director Parusuram extracted good work from me. I would like to thank everybody on this occasion.”

Producers said, “The collections are increasing day by day. Dil Raju has Midas’s touch and we are happy that it worked for Yuvatha film too.”

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