Filmmaker YVS Chowdhary is confident that his much-delayed Telugu romantic-drama Rey, which is slated to release during Sankranti next year, will give audiences a worldwide travel experience. The movie featuring debutant Sai Dharam Tej from actor Chiranjeevi's clan has been on the floors for nearly a year. The film, which is produced by Chowdhary, was delayed due to post-production work.
YVS Chowdhary told IANS, "While the first half of the film has been shot in the West Indies, rest was predominantly shot in the US, and very little was shot in India. Therefore, I believe audiences will get to see some exotic locations on the screen. It will be a globetrotting experience." He added, "It was not because of some financial crunch, the film's release has been delayed. We were left with some unfinished patch work on the post-production front and we had to attend to it. There will be no further delay in the release of the film."
According to Chowdhary, Shraddha Das' role is another highlight in the movie Rey, which also stars Shubra Aiyappa, Tanikella Bharani, Brahmanandam, Jayaprakash Reddy and MS Narayana in important roles. The film has Chakri's music. Chowdhary said, "Shraddha plays a pop star with a rebellious attitude. She has done extraordinary job. I made her watch several international music videos to prepare her for the role. Her role will definitely win her a lot of appreciation from the audience."