Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja used to have three to four movies release every year. But he has cut down this number and is doing only one movie per year after he tasted a series of failures in 2012. The actor, who will be next seen in action entertainer Power, is leaving no stone unturned to make this film a big success. The makers of the movie are shelling out Rs 2 crore on the production of his chase sequence in it.
According to KS Ravindranath, who is directing Ravi Teja in the movie Power, this chase sequence is very important for the film. The director says, "For an important chase sequence, we will head to Bangkok soon to shoot it. This particular chase sequence will cost us about Rs.2 crore. We have roped in Allan Amin, who has worked for films such as 'Dhoom' and 'Rang De Basanti' to supervise this stunt."
Bollywood stunt choreographer Allan Amin will direct Ravi Teja in the chase scene of Power. The cast and crew of the film will leave for Bangkok in the first week of May. Director KS Ravindranath added, "We will shoot for a week in Bangkok from May 3 to 10. The action sequence will feature Ravi Teja, Ajay, Sampath Raj and Subba Raju."
Kannada producer Rockline Venkatesh is producing Power with a whopping budget. Hansika Motwani and Regina Cassandra are playing the female leads in the film, which will have S Thaman's music and Arthur A Wilson's cinematography. The movie is slated to hit the screens on June 6, 2014.