Posted date: 15/July/2009

Director Shivamani and producer SV Babu of ‘Josh’ jointly entered the century club! SV Babu in the past was a member of century club from Honeymoon Express and Thenali Rama but he is now continuing his trend with the lapse of two films ‘Savi Savi Nenapu and Sangama’.

Back again in century group SV Babu says the ‘Thali’ the journalists from Karnataka tied to him during his first Telugu film ‘Andamaina Manasulu’ is very strong and the announcement he made at the release time of ‘Josh’ that he would not do a cinema in case of ‘Josh’ failure he has set aside.

‘Josh’ is on a winning streak in B centers and there is very good hope of filling the coffers more. Very soon SV Babu is announcing his next film and it is again a youthful subject. As promised he is conducting the 100 days of ‘Josh’ in a huge way. The idea of conducting the interaction cropped up in his mind at the time of ‘Savi Savi Nenapu’.

This film had all the qualities and huge platform it created with the wonderful response from the media made us to go before the people says Shivamani. We have not done an ordinary cinema. It had the values and reach was very essential because all the boys and girls are not stars. The collection is terrific in the mofussil centers and rain is not causing any problem says Shivamani. I have not done cinema for two years after catching up with this subject. Knowing the need of youths I became very serious. I did not want preaching from the beginning.

Cameraman Santosh Rai Pathaje depending on the quality of the theatres arranged for the prints of the film. Kaviraj became a real poet when he said the good cinema is like water, wind and food. The actors lead by Rakesh and team were immensely happy with the first film completing 100 days.

Manohar. R.(Manu),
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