The first look of The Warrior, ace director N Lingusamy’s upcoming Telugu-Tamil bilingual starring Tollywood young gun Ram Pothineni, which was released recently along with the title, has evoked tremendous response.
Interestingly, fans are celebrating it not just in the Telugu states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, but also in the other South Indian States like Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala. Not just that, the look has created a hugely positive impact across India.
In Andhra and Telangana, fans celebrated the first look of The Warrior in a huge way with 40-ft cutouts and grand flex banners in many areas. They burst crackers, distributed sweets, and made it look and sound like a festival.
Earlier known as RAPO19, the title of the film was revealed recently. Along with a poster that features Ram Pothineni as a police officer wielding a gun with a tough look and with cops surrounding him, the title of the movie was unveiled as The Warrior.
The poster was designed in such a way that it triggered a lot of curiosity about the subject. Cop stories are always loved by the audience. With Ram donning the khaki for the first time that too in the combination of Lingusamy, who is known for his gripping entertainers, a lot of expectations are riding on The Warrior.
According to the movie’s team, the film will surpass the anticipations and will be one of the memorable police stories of south Indian cinema. The Warrior comes after the success of iSmart Shankar of Ram Pothieni. A fresh schedule shoot of The Warrior has commenced in which crucial scenes are being shot.
Aadhi Pinisetty, who is popular in both Kollywood and Tollywood, plays the antagonist and his character will be talked about. The film has Krithi Shetty, one of the happening actresses of the south, as a heroine, while Akshara Reddy will be seen in an important role.
Produced by Srinivasaa Chitturi under the Srinivasaa Silver Screen banner, The Warrior is expected to be a feather in the production house’s hat after the success of its recent sports drama Seetimaar, which had Gopichand and Tamannah Bhatia in lead roles.
The action drama will be presented by Pavan Kumar and it is a Devi Sri Prasad musical. The cinematography is by Sujith Vaassudev.