Art director Suresh Selvarajan’s work on creating the temple town set for Acharya at Kokapet, Hyderabad has been much talked about in the industry circles for the past couple of months and on Wednesday, megastar Chiranjeevi, the film’s lead star, posted a audio statement on Twitter, raving the work.
“It is the biggest temple town ever erected in India and is spread over 20 acres. As a part of it, the Gali Gopuram has been designed magnificently, engraving minute details. It is an exemplary work of art direction. I loved it, captured it in my camera and shared it with you,” he said. He added that the set work has given him a feeling of being inside a real temple town and credit for it should go to art director Suresh, Koratala Siva, who visualized it and for producers Niranjan Reddy and Ram Charan who pooled in resources.
He congratulated them and expressed his confidence that the audience will get a feel of joy and pleasure while watching it on screen. A socio-political entertainer directed by hit machine Koratala Siva, Acharya is rumoured to be set in the backdrop of Endowments Department and the stepmother treatment it has been meted out over the years. Chiru, who is playing the role of an exnaxalite, is said to be completing his portions by January 10. Koratala is planning to commence portions involving Charan after Sankranti.
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