Veeru Potla, who became director with the movie Bindaas in 2010, is currently working on Vishnu Manchu's upcoming Telugu film Doosukeltha and he is leaving no stone unturned to make it a big success. The director, who toured several Southern parts of the country to shoot an important sequence of the film, says that the valley of kings, Hampi in Karnataka excited him the most.
In a statement released to Oneindia, Veeru Potla said, "We waded
through the hundreds of hectares of land which is a haven for a
wide range of wildlife and selected a spot to capture the essence
of a scene in the film. Doosukeltha film was shot in multi
locations including few exotic locations in Slovenia."
Speaking about his experience while shooting the film at Hampi, the director said, "I was awed by the thousands of ruins left from the Vijayanagara. Having arrived in Hampi in the early morning and then exploring the surrounding areas in a jeep, I also experienced the spiritual side of this majestic town known for its majestic temples."
He added, "One of the most captivating places was the Hanuman
temple. It's set at a high elevation, at the top of 700+ steps so
it's a perfect place to look out onto the vast landscape and to
catch a sunrise or sunset. The ruins are what really make Hampi so
magical. It's almost incomprehensible to understand the
engineering, sophistication and level of commitment these ancient
structures are embedded with."
Doosukeltha, which is going to be an action comedy entertainer, features Andhala Rakshasi fame Lavanya as the female lead. The movie has stunning climax action scene choreographed by Thailand action director Kecha who was introduced to Indian Movies by Vishnu Manchu with his film Saleem. Since then Kecha has choreographed a lot of movies which stars many leading heros in Telugu film industry.