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The audio launch of Ram Charan's "Govindudu Andarivadele" ("GAV") is all set to be released in a grand manner on 15 September.
Mega star Chiranjeevi will be the chief guest for the audio launch event. "GAV" cast and crew, including Charan, Kajal Aggarwal, director Krishna Vamsi, music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja and producer Ganesh Bandla are likely to attend the grand function.
Yuvan has composed six tracks for the "GAV" album. Expectations are huge for the film's audio and it needs to be seen whether the album will justify the hype.
"GAV" trailer is also expected to be released during the event.
Live Telecast and Live Streaming Information
The event will be live streamed on Aditya Music's YouTube page in the evening.
MAA Movies and MAA Music will be telecasting the event live from 7:30 pm.
The shooting of "GAV" is progressing well and the post-production work is going on simultaneously.
Directed by Krishna Vamsi, "GAV" is touted to be a family drama with Charan and Aggarwal playing the lead roles. This is the third time the hit Jodi has teamed up after "Magadheera" and "Naayak."
Prakash Raj, Srikanth, Kamalinee Mukerjee, Jayasudha and Rahman are also part of the film's cast. The film's cinematography is handled by Sameer Reddy and editing by Naveen Nuli. Bandla Ganesh is producing the film under his Parameswara Art Productions banner.
There are huge expectations for "GAV" as Charan has joined hands with director Vamsi for the first time. The film's teaser and the first look posters have already generated positive buzz about the project. The songs and the trailer are expected to boost the hype surrounding the film.
"GAV" is all set to hit the screens on 1 October as a Dussehra treat for the fans. The film will be clashing with Mahesh Babu's "Aagadu", which will be released on 19 September. Although "Aagadu" will be making it to theatres, two weeks ahead of "GAV", the Babu starrer might pose some competition to Charan's film if it performs exceptionally well at the box office.
Moreover, the makers of Gopichand's "Loukyam" are planning to release the film on 26 September, five days prior to "GAV" release. If the film manages to impress the audience, it might also affect the business of "GAV."