Actor Aadi, who is waiting for the release of his next film "Garam," says that he would be seen playing a tapori in a small town and his role would impress both mass and class audience.
"Garam" is scheduled to be released in theatres across the world on 12 February and Aadi is busy with the promotional activities of the film. The actor says the movie is a commercial entertainer with some interesting twists and turns and the viewers would be in for a big surprise in the second half.
"I play a guy with the characteristics of a 'tapori' from a very small town. It's the kind of commercial film that will appeal to masses and even the elite audience thanks to some quintessential elements that it is packed with," Aadi said in an interview to IANS.
Aadi will be seen speaking in East Godavari accent in "Garam." The actor says his wife helped him learn the accent. "My character speaks East Godavari accent in the film. Though I had a writer who helped me learn it before we went on the floors, my wife's timely insight really came in handy, because she hails from Rajahmundry and is quite well versed with the accent," Aadi told IANS.
"Garam" marks the debut of actor Saikumar and his wife Sureka as producers. "It is with a lot of difficultly that the film is finally getting released. It is an important project because it is coming after two releases which didn't do well. After the original producer backed out midway, my parents came on board to complete the film," Aadi said.
"Pellaina Kothalo" fame Madan has penned the screenplay and directed "Garam," while Sreenivas Gavireddy wrote the story for the movie. Actress Adah Sharma is playing the female lead, while popular comedian Brahmanandam appears in an important role in the movie, which has Agasthya's music and Vijay C Chakravarthy's cinematography.