This week will see the release of an interesting film ‘Raju Gari Gadhi 2’, which is said to be a horror thriller. Directed by Ohmkar, ‘Raju Gari Gadhi 2’ features Akkineni Nagarjuna, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Seerat Kapoor and Vennela Kishore among others. Since hit the screens this morning, ‘Raju Gari Gadhi 2’ has been receiving a positive response from critics and from fans on social media. Speaking at a press meet ahead of the film’s release, director Ohmkar reveals quite a few interesting things about the film and the characters played by each actor in it.
Speaking about Samantha’s role, Ohmkar said, “There are many characters in Raju Gari Gadhi 2, but the most important one is that of Samantha. The story revolves around her. She plays a soul who’s out to avenge a great injustice that’s done to her. How she takes revenge and on whom is the point of the film. Her character is the heart of the story.” Samantha plays a character named Amrutha who is a lawyer in ‘Raju Gari Gadhi 2’.
Ohmkar was all praise for Akkineni Nagarjuna and speaking about him he said, “Nag sir plays a mentalist — someone who can look into the eyes of people and figure out what’s in their heart. This is the first time someone is essaying the role of a mentalist in Telugu cinema. He’s the one who unravels the backstory. Nag sir poured life into the character.”
Seerat Kapoor too plays an important role in ‘Raju Gari Gadhi 2’ and the director says that her character is very important to the narration of the film. “Seerat drives the first half of the film; her role is key to the plot. She has important scenes with Nag in the second half too and has a lot more to do than just look pretty,” added Ohmkar.
Speaking about actors Vennela Kishore, Praveen and Ashwin, Ohmkar said, “Kishore, Ashwin and Pravin play friends. their comic timing is stupendous and the scenes involving them are hilarious. They’re everything the audience would want. There’s a mirror scene involving Shakalaka Shankar in the movie; the scene came out so well, it’ll be a memorable one.”