Allu Arjun's Sarrainodu will have a specially erected set worth Rs.1.5 crore, to shoot a special song featuring the film's lead pair. The song is being shot in the place, over the last two days.
"A special number featuring Arjun and Catherine Tresa is currently being shot in this Rs.1.5 crore set in Annapurna 7 acres studio. It also features over 300 dancers matching steps with the lead pair. The song is expected to be wrapped up in the next three days," a source from the film's unit revealed.
The song is being choreographed by popular Bollywood choreographer duo Bosco-Caesar. The makers have also hired Lamborghini cars to be used as part of this shoot.
"The song is coming out very well. It's going to be a visual treat to watch Arjun groove to this track," the source added.
On the other hand, Geeta Arts, the home banner of Allu Arjun, who is producing the film is gearing up to release the first look teaser of the film on 18 February, while the posters of the film have already raised expectations on the film.
Directed by Boyapati Srinu, the film also stars Rakul Preet Singh and Aadi Pinisetty in important roles. The film, which has music by S.S. Thaman, is being bankrolled by producer Allu Aravind under Geetha Arts banners.