It is well aware that popular music director Ramana Gogula turned a producer and is making Boni under the banner of Green Mangoes introducing Raj Pippalla as director and with Sumanth and Kruthi as the lead pair. The audio of Boni was released into the market through Aditya Music recently. Senior music director Koti released the audio CDs and handed over the first piece to hero Sumanth.
Speaking on the occasion, the music director turned producer Ramana said, “I have learnt the value of the story and the technicians by producing this movie. It is a great experience for me as a producer. Sumanth performed well and though a novice, Kruthi too did a good job. I have personally given the tunes for the movie and Ramajogaiah Sastry has penned good lyrics for them. There was a remark about me that Ramana always prefers north Indians like Udit Narayan. As an answer to such critics, I have ensured that all the songs in this film have been rendered by the Telugu artises. We are making efforts to release the film as early as possible."
Koti said, “Ramana has introduced some kind of novelty in the film music. I am confident he would also be a successful producer. I wish the film from Green Mangoes would be very tasty like a ripe yellow mango."
RP Patnaik commented, “All the songs have been recorded in our studio and I have liked all of them."
Lagadapati Sridhar said, “It appears that the producer has made the film with a kind of devotion. All the posters and their designs are also novel. I am sure that it would be a film to be seen twice by everyone. What I mean to say is that the film will have repeat audiences."
Director Raj Pippalla remarked, “I am very happy for making my debut with such a great film. I will remember directing Sumanth forever. He is a great performer. Ramana's music and Ramajogaiah Sastry's lyrics are great assets for the flick."
Sumanth noted, “The entire film would appear quite novel. It would definitely earn good name for the entire unit. Especially Ramana has worked hard on the film and I wish his hard work would pay him well."