The makers of Telugu movie "Hyper," starring Ram Pothineni and Raashi Khanna, have released the musical teaser of the movie on the official YouTube channel of 14 Reels Entertainment this evening.
Ram Achanta is producing "Hyper" with Gopichand Achanta and Anil Sunkara under the banner 14 Reels Entertainment. He informed his Twitter followers about the launch of the musical teaser of the much-awaited movie. The producer tweeted on Tuesday: "#Hyper Musical visual of 20 sec will be released tomorrow @ 9 a.m."
Ram Pothineni posted the YouTube link, where the teaser will be released, and informed that the teaser will be launched at 5:30 p.m. today. The actor tweeted: "Hello ppl.. The Musical Glimpse Teaser of #Hyper will be out today at 5:30 pm here -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehhJz42iKMI ... .. Audio soon.. :) #love."
Ghibran has composed the music for the soundtracks of "Hyper" and the makers have confirmed on its official Twitter handle that its audio album will be released soon. The producers tweeted on Sept. 10: "#Hyper Audio Coming Soon on @LahariMusic! Stay tuned for the Audio Launch Date!"
Lahari Music has acquired the music rights of "Hyper" for a fancy price and it will bring the audio CDs and cassettes to the market. The boss of the label tweeted: "Announcement: @ramsayz's #Hyper Audio will be released through Lahari Music. Music Out Soon... @14reelsofficial."
"Hyper," which is made with a tagline "Prathi Intlo Okaduntaadu," is an romance drama film with all other commercial ingredients. Directed by Santosh Srinivas, the movie has Sameer Reddy's camera work, Avinash Kolla's art direction, Gowtham Raju's editing and Abburi Ravi's dialogues.
Ram Pothineni and Raashi Khanna are playing the lead roles in "Hyper," while Satya Raj, Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma, Posani Krishna Murali, Prabhas Sreenu, Tulasi, Hema and Priya appear in the supporting cast. Its teaser, which was released on YouTube on Sept. 3, has got good response and the number of views is inching closer to 8 lakh. The film is set to be released in theatres very soon.