Praneeth Media in association with Prasad Productions releasing “Rushi” movie in overseas.
Prasad Productions producing “Rushi” movie after 26 years gap with noble intentions.
RUSHI is a poignant story of a group of medical students with aspirations to become doctors and serve humanity. This story portrays Medical campus energized by the pleasures of a normal college student, yet haunted by the hardships of a medical student, their daily get-go, their emotional crests and troughs, the anatomies and psychologies, their romances and finally…
The License To Heal !!!
The clean entertainer set in the backdrop of a medical college campus is directed by Raj Madiraju the 52nd assistant director of Dharsakaratna Dasari Narayana Rao. It stars Arvind Krishna and Supriya Sailaja in the leads. Other cast Master Gaurav (Introducing)
Suresh, Ranganath, Ravi Prakash, Sanjay Raichura, Narsimha Raju, Shaney , Suchitra (Introducing), Raja Naren.
Rushi’s musical experience will be complete, because its 11 songs belong to six genres of music. Be it rock, jazz or Carnatic, Rushi has got everything in it. Music directors Snigdha (of Ala Modalaindi fame) and Don-Chandran have belted out foot-tapping music.
Top-class guitarists, John Anthony and Arun Chiluveru, have given a mind-blowing output. Lyrics by Krishna Chinni (of LBW fame) are of good poetic quality.
Six singers – Snigdha, Don-Chandran, Vangmayasarathy, Surendranath, Srinivas, Lipsika and Noel – in total have rendered the songs.
My sincere thanks to producer Mr. Ramesh Prasad garu for giving this opportunity to release the movie in oversees. Special thanks to director Raj Madiraju who really helped to make this happen.
Rushi is scheduled to release in USA on February 10th, 2012.
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About Prasad Productions:
LV Prasad (17 January 1908 – 22 June 1994), a multi-talented personality and recipient of the prestigious Dada Saheb Phalke Award, was known for his inventiveness as a producer as well as a director. Prasad was drawn by the drums of the touring theatres and drama troupes. Old and worn out film prints used to be shown in ramshackle tents and Prasad used to regularly rush to watch them. He also used to do small roles in the local dramas regularly. This was the passion that drove his life – the passion for acting and the moving image. He has the distinction of being the only actor casted in all the three first talkies in Hindi (Alam Ara), Telugu (Bhaktha Prahlada) & Tamil (Kalidas) all produced in 1933.
His son, Ramesh Prasad, keeps the tradition of innovation alive. With Rushi, he will produce the 30th film under the banner started by his late father. This film with a soul, titled Rushi, has as its target audience both the youth and family groups. Previously, the banner has produced films in many Indian languages like Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Bengali and Oriya.