Vishnu Manchu's Kerala debut looks promising
By IANS - Kochi
29th October 2012 01:46 PM
The Malayalam version of Telugu actor Vishnu Manchu's new film film "Endhinum Ready" has opened with a bang in Kerala, leaving the young actor in high spirits.
Vishnu watched the film here with the audience. He says such an encouraging response gives him the confidence to make more movies that suit the audience in Kerala.
"Am overjoyed since the film has clearly resonated with a large portion of the movie going population across all regions," said Vishnu.
Shaji, a cinema lover, who watched the first show here, calls it a good family entertainer. "I liked the comic timing as well as action role of Vishnu. Beside that songs and the dance sequence are enjoyable," said Shaji.
Another film enthusiast Gopan also heaps praises at Vishnu's dance moves and comic timing. "We don't see such dance moves out in our films here and his action sequences also look very powerful", said Gopan.
The film, which also stars Hansika Motwani, has got the biggest opening in Vishnu's hometown Chennai and is currently running in 600 screens worldwide. An additional 150 screens were added after the opening day.
Directed by G. Nageshwara Reddy, it has been shot in exotic locales of Switzerland and Malaysia, besides locations in South India. While the Telugu version of the film is titled "Dhenikaina Ready", the dubbed Malayalam version is called "Endhinum Ready".
In Kerala, the film is being screened in 56 centres.
Vishnu made his Telugu movie debut with "Vishnu" in 2003 and later went on to do films like "Suryam", "Political Rowdy", "Asthram", Krishnarjuna" and "Vastadu Naa Raju".
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