Superstar Mahesh Babu seems to be slowly getting away from his action-hero image and concentrating more on family dramas. The hero who scored a massive hit with Srimanthudu with a novel concept of adoption of the Villages is coming up with a feel good family entertainer Brahmotsavam.
The actor who recently wrapped up the shooting for Brahmotsavam seems to have turned nostalgic and said that he thoroughly enjoyed every moment of the shooting for the film and while shooting for the film for a scene where the entire cast waits for the Train to go to Ooty has taken him back to the childhood days.
He further said that there are only a few things in our lives that are really worthy of celebration when there is one such occasion, it should not be allowed to pass unattended to and Brahmotsavam is one such occasion which should be celebrated.
In an age where the family values and human bonding have become defunct in movies, Sreekanth Addala‘s movies come as a whiff of fresh air as his movies bring back the old memories of joint families.
The director who brought back the multistarrer trend which was long forgotten by the Tollywood decades back with the superhit movie Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu.
With the amount of craze surrounded the movie and pre-release business over 100 crores INR, Brahmotsavam seems to be a sure shot blockbuster.
The big budget extravaganza is all set for the grand release on 20th May.