Ravi Teja to play triple roles in Srinu Vytla directorial Amar Akbar Anthony

Sources reveal that Ravi Teja will be playing all the three roles and most of the film will be shot in the US.

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Ravi Teja’s Amar Akbar Anthony with Srinu Vytla gets officially launched today

Mass Maharaj Ravi Teja will be teaming up with Srinu Vytla for the fourth time after almost a decade and the film is titled Amar Akbar Anthony. The film was officially launched yesterday in Hyderabad and the shooting of the film will begin from end of March. Amar Akbar Anthony features Anu Emmanuel as the leading lady and will be her first time with the Mass Maharaj. The makers held the muhurat shot today in Hyderabad which was attended by the complete cast and crew of the film. The music for Amar Akbar Anthony will be composed by Thaman S who is a busy man with handful of projects this year.

Reports are doing rounds in film circles that Ravi Teja will be playing triple roles in Amar Akbar Anthony and this will be for the first time in his career. Sources reveal that Ravi Teja will be playing all the three roles and most of the film will be shot in the US. Actor Sunil, who is going through a rough phase in his career, will be see in a lengthy role in Amar Akbar Anthony and will be working with Ravi Teja after 7 years. Ravi Teja’s son, Mahadhan, who made his screen debut with Raja The Great as the younger Ravi Teja will make in appearance in Amar Akbar Anthony too, sources reveal.

Actor Ravi Teja and filmmaker Srinu Vytla started their career together with Nee Kosam in 1999 which brought a lot of recognition to both of them. The duo has delivered few memorable hit films post their film which includes films like Venky and Dubai Seenu. Srinu Vytla has been going through a rough patch in his career with most of his recent films bombing at the box office. With recent films like Mister, Bruce Lee and Aagadu not doing well, Srinu Vytla would be hoping to make a comeback with Amar Akbar Anthony.

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