Ground Floor Balisindaa Bey: Balakrishna Fires!

Nandamuri Balakrishna’s highly anticipated film, Bhagavanth Kesari is scheduled for a grand release on October 19th, coinciding with the Dussehra festival. The teaser and the recently unveiled Ganesh Anthem have generated huge excitement for this film, which is directed by the talented Anil Ravipudi.

The team just concluded shooting and have unveiled a captivating video that takes viewers through the entire filmmaking process. This video offers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look, highlighting the efforts of key artists and technicians in various locations.

Towards the conclusion of the video, we are treated to a special appearance by Balakrishna himself. He delivers two commanding dialogues that are sure to leave a lasting impact on the audience. In one intense moment, he warns a group of adversaries with the words, “Kalisi Matladutha Anna Kadaa, Anthalone Mandini Pampaalaa… Ground floor Balisindaa Bey…” And in another defining moment, he asserts his character with the memorable line, “Bro… I Don’t Care.”

The production team poured eight months of passion into the project, shooting in an impressive array of 24 locations and 12 elaborate sets. The video showcases that the talented Anil Ravipudi is cooking something truly exciting for Balakrishna’s fans.

Balakrishna and Thaman’s combination has always delivered and Thaman shows the promise once again through this video.

The team is gearing up for an extensive promotional campaign as the release date approaches.

“Bhagavanth Kesari” boasts a glamorous cast that includes Sreeleela and Kajal Aggarwal, adding an extra layer of allure to the film. Notably, National Award-Winning actor Arjun Rampal is making his debut in Tollywood with this project, further enhancing its appeal.

The film is being produced on a grand scale by Sahu Garapati and Harish Peddi, promising an epic cinematic experience for audiences. The Telugu film industry is starved of success and we are looking at a lethal hit with Bhagavanth Kesari in the festival season.