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Roshan To Be Re-launched By KRR

Roshan to be re-launched by KRR

Roshan, who debuted into the Telugu Film industry with teenage romance drama Nirmala Convent, which also starred king Nagarjuna in a pivotal role, is set to be re-launched. Though Roshan did a stupendous job with his acting, the movie did not fare well at the box office and did not give the star the success he wished. Roshan is the son of Star couple Srikanth and Ooha. The movie, Nirmala Convent was produced by Srikanth himself. Although Roshan was flooded with offers after his first film, he did not sign any of the films. The news is rife that K Raghavender Rao is relaunching Roshan with the upcoming film ‘Pelli Sandadi.’ 

 The original 'Pelli Sandadi' saw the combination of Srikanth and Raghavender Rao, which was released in 1996. KRR is now remaking the film to suit the current trends. The lead cast of the movie is not yet announced. MM Keeravani, who composed the music for the movie in 1996 along with the lyricist Chandrabose, is teaming up again for the new 'Pelli Sandadi'. Arka Media Works and RK Tele Films will produce the film.

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