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Ritu Varma And Naga Shourya On The Sets Now

Ritu Varma and Naga Shourya on the sets now

The government has relaxed rules and permitted resuming shoots. It is probably a piece of good news to Naga Shaurya and Ritu Varma, who are filming their new movie produced by Naga Vamsi. The filming for Production No. 8, the shoot started in Hyderabad with all the necessary safety measures taken. The makers of the movie assured that all the safety measures are being taken while resuming the shoot. As of now, the team is directing a scene between the lead pair Naga Shaurya and Ritu Varma. The movie comes from the production house Sithara Entertainments. The film is expected to be a youthful entertainer. 

The film is going to be a directorial debut to Lakshmi Sowjanya, who is a former associate of directors Krishna Vamsi and Shekhar Kammula. She has assisted in directing movies like the Godavari, which is a super hit. Vishal Chandrasekhar would be providing the scores for the film, which is expected to become a musical romantic entertainer. The details about other cast and crew of the movie are yet to be announced officially. 

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