The official trailer and the audio of Ram Charan's "Govindudu Andarivadele" (GAV) have been released.
The trailer suggests that the film is a family drama with loads of love and sentiments. The colour visuals are promising and it remains to be seen if the film's content will justify the hype surrounding the project.
The trailer has received good response from fans and celebrities.
"Looks like Krishnavamsi garu is back into his elements with #GAV.The trailer seems heart warming and promising. ponytail suits Charan well:)," director Rajamouli tweeted.
"Loved the trailer of #GAV. All the best Charan anna...," tweeted Varun Tej.
The trailer was released during the audio launch held in a grand manner at Shilpakala Vedhika on Monday. The music release event was attended by several film celebrities including Megastar Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan, Srikanth, Kajal Aggarwal, director Krishna Vamsi, producer Ganesh Bandla, music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja and Kamalinee Mukerjee among others.
Actors Varun Tej, Sai Dharam Tej, Naga Babu were also present for the grand occasion.
There are six tracks in "GAV" album crooned by popular singers like Chinmayi, Hariharan, Karthik and Haricharan among others.
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To listen to the songs, click HERE.
This is the first time that Yuvan has worked with Ram Charan. The composer has received accolades for the background score in "GAV" teaser and the trailer. It remains to be seen whether the songs will impress the audience.
Directed by Krishna Vamsi, "GAV" has Ram Charan appearing in the role of an NRI. The film also has Prakash Raj, Srikanth, Jayasudha and Kamalinee Mukerjee appearing in pivotal roles.
"GAV" is slated to hit screens on 1 October. The film will have a solo release with no other Telugu biggies hitting the screens on the same day. However, the Ram Charan starrer might face competition from Hrithik Roshan's "Bang Bang," which is releasing on 2 October. The makers of "Bang Bang" are planning a wide release and the film will be out in different versions including Telugu and Tamil.
Hrithik's films have a good market in south India with his past releases "Krrish", "Dhoom 2" and "Krrish 3" having performed well at the box office. The actor's latest action adventure film has generated hug buzz and is expected to take grand openings. While "GAV" is expected to dominate the screens in AP/Nizam areas, the film might face stiff competition from "Bang Bang" in key overseas markets like the United States.