Sunday, August 28, 2011

 

Nagarjuna Playing Role Doddi Komaraiah

King Nagarjuna new film ‘Rajanna’ shooting is progressing in brisk pace, film shooting almost comes to the final stage. Presently the film shooting is progressing in Hyderabad. The film unit is canning Climax action episodes in a specially erected set at Annapoorna studios.

Sneha is playing the female lead role in the film. Now the first look of Nagarjuna ‘Rajanna’ was released as a Birthday Special. Nagarjuna Birthday is on August 29th. Nagarjuna is performing completly differect character from the movies he acted. Rajanna’ is set in the back drop of Razakar movement in Telangana.

In this film Nagarjuna plays the role of a Freedom fighter Doddi Komaraiah. Doddi Komraiah was a landless agricultural laborer born in Kadavendi village in Warangal district. He was a leader of Sangam, an organization with communist ideology. He along with Nalla Mallaiah led a revolt in the Kadavendi against the feudal land lord (Jamindar) Rapaka Ramachandra Reddy, popularly known as Visnur Ramachandra Reddy.

On July 4, 1946[2] Ramachandra Reddy henchmen attacked the houses of sangam leaders in the Kadevendi village. Following this some of the villagers armed with sticks and stones attacked the bungalow (gadhi) of Ramachandra Reddy. His men, sheltered in a nearby shed fired upon the villagers killing Komraiah and injuring his brother and few others. Undeterred villagers about 2000 in number attacked the gadhi and took the henchmen as captives.

Later they were released with the intervention of police. His death kindled the revolution and more villages joined the movement. His memorials were built in Kadavendi and Visnur. The film is being directed by ace Director Rajamouli father Vijayendra Prasad and Rajamouli is directing the action sequences in the film. Nagarjuna is producing the movie under Annapurna studios banner. MM Keeravani is composing the music and Shyam K. Naidu is the Cinematographer for this flick.

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