Sarileru Neekevvaru Trailer: The wait for one of the most awaited trailers in Tollywood finally came to an end yesterday. As the trailer of much-anticipated film of Superstar Mahesh Babu and Rashmika Mandanna’s Sarileru Neekevvaru was unveiled last night at the pre-release event of the film which took place in Hyderabad yesterday.
Mahesh who shares close 9 Million followers on Twitter, took to his microblogging site to share the trailer along with a tweet that read: “And the celebrations begin!!! Here’s #SarileruNeekevvaruTrailer…Enjoy :) :)”
And the celebrations begin!!! 🎉 Here's #SarileruNeekevvaruTrailer…Enjoy :) :)@AnilRavipudi @AnilSunkara1 @vijayashanthi_m @iamRashmika @prakashraaj @RathnaveluDop @ThisIsDSP @AKentsOfficial @GMBents @SVC_official #SarileruNeekevvaruOnJan11thhttps://t.co/th35BQyhHm
— Mahesh Babu (@urstrulyMahesh) January 5, 2020
Talking about the trailer, the 2 minutes 24 seconds video has all the ingredients with a mixture of comedy, drama, high octane action sequences, and hard-hitting dialogues.
Right from the start to the very end the trailer is sure to keep one glued to the screens. Rashmika with her cute and bubbly nature steals the first half of the trailer with funny and hilarious acts.
Talking about the second half part of the trailer, veteran actress Vijayashanti with her intensity, Prakash Raj as the antagonist and Mahesh babu with his hard-hitting dialogues and action sequences seals the deal.
The trailer has in the span of less than one day post its release has already garnered over 3 Million views and with 250K likes is currently trending at number 3 on Youtube.
The Mahesh Babu starrer also has Sangeetha, Rajendra Prasad, Rao Ramesh along others in key roles.
Sarileru Neekevvaru is been helmed by Anil Ravipundi, and it is been jointly bankrolled by Anil Sunkara and Dil Raju under AK Entertainments, Sri Venkateswara Creations and G Mahesh babu Entertainment PVT Ltd.
The music for the film is been composed by Devi Sri Prasad.
The Mahesh Babu starrer is a Sankranthi release that will hit big screens on