The audio launch of Ram Charan's "Govindudu Andarivaadele" ("GAV") is set to happen in a grand manner on 15 September.
The cast and crew members of "GAV", including Charan, Kajal Aggarwal, director Krishna Vamsi, music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja and producer Bandla Ganesh are likely to attend the audio release function.
"GAV" shooting is progressing well and the team is all set to travel overseas to shoot a couple of songs. They will be returning to Hyderabad by 10 September after completing the shooting. The film's post-production work is already going on in a full swing, reported Idlebrain.
The film is carrying huge expectations as it stars Charan in the lead role. The actor will be appearing in the role of an NRI in the family drama and this is the first time that Charan has teamed up with director Krishna Vamsi for a film.
The first look posters and the teaser of "GAV" have already created huge positive buzz about the film. The background score of "GAV" teaser received a good response from the fans and has also raised the expectations about the soundtracks. It remains to be seen if the songs will impress the audience and turn out to be chartbusters.
"GAV" will see Kajal Aggarwal teaming up with Charan for the third time after "Magadheera" and "Naayak." The film boasts of an ensemble cast, including Prakash Raj, Srikanth and Kamalinee Mukherjee among others.
"GAV", produced by Bandla Ganesh, is slated to hit the screens in the first week of October as a Dussehra treat for fans. The film is expected to clash with Mahesh Babu's "Aagadu," which is set to hit the screens in the last week of September. It will be an interesting clash and trade experts will be eager to see as to which film performs better.
"GAV" will be Charan's second release of the year after "Yevadu", which hit theatres during the Sankranti festival period in January. "Yevadu" turned out to be a huge hit by raking in more than ₹40 crore share at the worldwide box office.
One has to wait and see to know whether Charan will continue his success streak with "GAV".