Manchu Manoj’s Aham Brahmasmi
Now the actor makes his comeback with a much powerful stroke through ‘Aham Brahmasmi’, which has inculcated beams of attractions. Well, South Indian movies have apparently found a new identity as ‘Pan-Indian’ films, which are finding magnificent responses across all territories. In a significant manner, the first look of this film has already registered itself to bring a strong and unique content. While the film will be launched on March 6th, the first look was unveiled today. It features Manchu Manoj wearing Tripundra and exhibits his three different moods - Haasyam (Humor), Roudram (Fury) and Shantham (Peace). With such an intriguing title and first look, the curiosities have peaked at the pinnacle to know what the film’s premise could be all about.
To be made on grand scale budget as Pan-Indian film in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi, “Aham Brahmasmi is produced by Manchu Manoj and Nirmala Devi for MM Arts Banner while Vidya Nirvana and Manchu Anand will present it. Apart from directing the film, Srikanth N Reddy has written story, screenplay, and dialogues for the film.
Achhu Rajamani & Ramesh Thamilamani are composing music and Sunny Kurapati is handling cinematography. Ramajogayya Sastry & Ananth Sriram (Lyrics), Tammiraju (Editing), Vivek A.M (Art Director), Peter Hein (Stunts) Divya Narayanan & Kalyan Chakravarthi (Additional Dialogues), Deepak Bhojraj (Publicity Designer), Thottempudi Swamy (Co-Director) and Venkat Challagulla (Executive Producer) are the major technicians involved in this film.