Producer L Sreedhar, who is gearing up for the release of Telugu romantic-comedy Potugadu, says a good music album is equivalent to half of the overall promotions of a film. The music of Potugadu, which has become a big success, has added lot of hype and expectation for the film. Especially, the song 'Pyar mein padipoya', which is the Telugu version of 'Pyarge aagbittaite' has become a chartbuster.
The film is directed by Pawan Wadeyar, who had helmed the
original as well. Talking to IANS, Sreedhar, "Music can't be taken
lightly because it is also one of the most important part of a
film's promotion. Half of the promotion is taken care with the help
of good music. The music of Potugadu has garnered lot of
attention and this in turn has paved way for a strong buzz around
The song 'Bujji pilla' from the film's soundtrack has turned out to be a youth anthem. Tamil actor Silambarasan crooned the song. The producer added, "The credit goes to Manchu Manoj (hero) and Achu Rajamani (music director). It's because of their effort, the film's music is where it is today. They didn't hesitate to go out of the way and try something totally out-of-the-box. It has worked in the film's favour."
Potugadu, which is slated to release on Saturday, is the remake of Kannada blockbuster Govindaya Namaha. The film also features Simran Kaur Mundi, Sakshi Chowdhary, Rachel and Anupriya in the pivotal roles. Talking about his film, Sreedhar said, "I loved the original, and therefore, decided to remake it. Potugadu has come out very well. It will be a rollercoaster ride for the audiences. I think Manoj's stunts, which he pulled off without body doubles, will be one of the highlights."