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Friday, January 12, 2007
Dare devil police officer Agni is back now with his uninterrupted racy dialogue delivery. He will be again featured in the film Police Story Part II, a sequel to Police Story a film which ran for one hundred days in the year 1996.
The shooting portions of the film is over, but now the post production work of the film is in progress. The details of the film's progress were disclosed in a press conference by the film's producers and director Thriller Manju.
The film is jointly produced by Thriller Manju, Guru Murthy, Cameraman J.G.Krishna and Actor Sai Kumar. Mr. Vijayakumar Reddy, a real estate enterprenuere is the force behind this project.
"We have completed one schedule of shooting in Bangkok. Normally Kannada film producers were going to Bangkok to shoot the songs of the film, but we have gone to Bangkok to shoot the action and thrill sequences. The film has shaped up well thanks to the generous help extended to us by Vijayakumar. We have not compromised on anything and the film has rich production values. Sai Kumar is at his best once again in this film ' said Thriller Manju.
Sai Kumar said that he is happy to be back in the role of Agni which has given a boost to his film career in Karnataka as well as in Andhra Pradesh. "I am sure that this Police Story II which is a sequel to my earlier film will also do wonders in the Box office. The film has used all the people connected to the original film like writer David, Actors Rockline Venaktesh, Shobharaj and Nagesh.
Thriller Manju who has directed the film has once again composed some unbelievable fight sequences for the film. The film's music is composed by Sadhu Kokila and J.G.Krishna is the cameraman. All of us have worked hard in the film and I am extremely happy that the film has shaped up well' said Sai Kumar.
J.G.Krishna said that the original film's success came as a morale booster to the entire film industry and hoped the sequel will do the same after its release.