Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad

Actor Naara Rohit clapped for the first shot which was also attended by many industry insiders.

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Actor Sree Vishnu of Needi Naadi Oke Katha fame will next be seen in an action oriented film which will be directed by young filmmaker Krishna Vijay L who shot to same with Asura starring Naara Rohit. This yet untitled film was launched today in Hyderabad and the event was attended by many industry insiders. Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav too was present at the event as the special guest. The film is rumoured to be titled Thippara Meesam however this is yet to be confirmed by the makers. Besides Sree Vishnu, the film also stars Rohini, Raghu Babu, Achut Rama Rao, AS Ravikumar Chowdary, Ajay Ghosh and Ravi Varma among many others. Actor Naara Rohit was also present at the event who clapped for the first shot. Here are few photos from the event:

Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad
Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad
Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad
Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad
Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad
Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad
Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad
Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad
Photos: Nara Rohit attends the launch of good friend Sree Vishnu’s upcoming film in Hyderabad

Sree Vishnu was last seen in Venky Udumula directorial Needi Naadi Oke Katha which received much acclaim from all around. A story about a young man’s tryst with life and career, Needi Naadi Oke Katha connected with the young audiences.

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