The refreshing youthful entertainer Mana Kurralle (The Latest Generation) is preparing to entertain the audience and it is releasing on 1st January, 2015. After making Gudumba Shankar, a film which was ahead of its time with Power Star Pawan Kalyan, director Veera Sanker is coming back to Tollywood with Mana Kurralle. Director S S Rajamouli has done an important cameo in the film.
Mana Kurralle is also the first in creating history with seven music directors working for one film. The songs from the film have already created a buzz with the youth and masses. Slated to be a wholesome commercial entertainer, the film has the emerging star Arvind Krishna with Rachana Malhotra in the lead. Rao Ramesh did a key role along with Shruthi Raj, Raj Kalyan, Srinivas Reddy, MS Narayana and Krishnudu in Mana Kurralle.
The film is canned in the backdrop of 2007, marked by a period of real estate and software boom. The story depicts the lives of young men and women who come from their villages to Hyderabad and how does the society in the city influences their life. And how they fight to preserve their roots forms the essence of the film.
Music: Raaz, Guru Kiran, Manomurthy, GK, Siva Kakani, Mohan Johna, Bheems, Cinematographer: Mujeer Malik, Editor: Basva Paidireddy, Story-screenplay-dialogues-direction: Veera Sanker. Art director: KV Ramana, Co-Producers: Ganga Polisetty and Satyavathi Borusu. Producers: BVS Srinivas, HS Arun