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I have a strong urge to bring out a film which has a good message and at the same time it should attract the youth. However, after watching the Tamil film Tirutti Paile, I thought that it is very near to my expectations and decided to dub the film in Telugu in the name of Manikyam 420, says young producer Aravind Vannala. Presented by AGS Entertainment the film was made on the banner of VAK Corporation. Producer Aravind Vannala says, 'The upcoming artiste Jeevan played villain in Kaka Kakka. However, he showed an excellent performance in this film as hero. In fact, you can't find Jeevan but the character on the screen. Likewise, Soni Agarwal and Malavika also did justice their roles. All the artistes competed with each other in proving their acting skills. Basically the story line is about how the men stoop to disastrous levels for the sake of money and how the women spoil their lives by moving close to the people around them in the name of socialites. Especially the scenes between Malavika and Jeevan were quite interesting. All the technicians did a good job. Especially the tunes given for the film by Bharadwaj attracted the Tamil audiences very much. We are also getting a positive response to the Telugu songs which were released through Madhura Entertainments. We are planning to release the film on November 17.
Co-producer Mallikarjun and executive producer Muppa Ankamma Rao say, 'Director Sushi Ganeshan made the film very attractive to all classes of audiences. The film had celebrated 100 days functions at many places. So, we are sure that it would also attract the Telugu audiences.'