Allu Sirish's most-awaited movie "Srirastu Subhamastu," which is set to be released in theatres across the globe, will clash with Malayalam superstar Mohanlal's "Manamantha" at the box office.
"Srirastu Subhamastu" is a family drama film, which has been directed by Parasuram and produced by Allu Aravind under the banner Geetha Arts. Allu Sirish and Lavanya Tripathi have played the lead roles in this romantic comedy entertainer, while Prakash Raj, Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani and Sumalatha appear in important roles.
"Srirastu Subhamastu" happens to be the third outing for Allu Sirish after "Gouravam" (2013) and "Kotha Janta" (2014). The young mega family hero has left no stone unturned to get a big break fom him. "It is a big film which I'm sure will be a game changer for me. I have worked very hard for the last two years on my look and tried to improve my acting skills," the actor said, in an interview to FirstPost.
"Manamantha" is a Telugu family drama film, which has been written and directed by Chandra Sekhar Yeleti. The film revolves around the stories of four individuals, which are interconnected in some ways. The movie focuses on human emotions, drama and family values. It is all about how people of different age groups behave in a different way over a single problem, which brings drastic changes in their lives.
Mohanlal, Gautami, Viswant Duddumpudi and Raina Rao have played the lead roles in "Manamantha," which has been simultaneously made in Malayalam as "Vismayam" and dubbed in Tamil as "Namadhu." All the three versions of the movie, which is produced by Sai Korrapati, are scheduled for grand release across in South Indian states on August 5. The film has got good hype and promotion down south.
Allu Sirish and Allu Aravind's association with "Srirastu Subhamastu" will drive mega family fans crazy to the theatres. Mohanlal has made it to the headlines in Andhra and Telangana media quite a few times for his association with Junior NTR's "Janatha Garage," which will surely help him to bring the audience for the cinema halls screening "Manamantha."