If there is anything I have learned in movies it is through the Telugu film industry: Sonu Sood | Telugu Movie News

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It is known that Sonu Sood starred in the recently released ”Alludu Adhurs” starring Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas in the lead. Released as a Sankranti gift, the film was a huge success at the box office. Made as a family entertainer, the film is on the rise in terms of collections. As a result, the film unit has recently set up a success meet and the cast and crew of the movie attended the event. Speaking on the occasion, Sonu Sood made some interesting comments on the Telugu industry.

Sonu said, ”Whether it is Bollywood or Kollywood, no matter what the industry is I can definitely say that the Telugu industry is my first love. If there is anything I have learned in movies it is through the Telugu industry. So, my sincere thanks to Telugu cinema. My wife belongs to Telugu region, so I am a Telugu son-in-law.” Speaking about producer Bellamkonda Suresh, he said, ”Even if you do not tell the story, it is enough to call and say that there is a movie. I will come.”

Alludu Adhurs, starring Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, Nabha Natesh and Anu Emmanuel was directed by Santosh Srinivas and produced by Gorrela Subrahmanyam under the banner of Sumanth Movie Productions. Sonu Sood played the antagonist in the film. Prakash Raj, Vennela Kishore, Brahmaji, Satya, Chammak Chandra, Srinivasa Reddy, Duvvasi Mohan and Saptagiri are also part of the project. Devi Sri Prasad has composed the music while the cinematography has been handled by Chota K Naidu. Tammiraju edited the flick.

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