Vishal’s action flick Okkadochaadu to release on November 18

The film was initially slated to be released in October but was rescheduled for November.

By: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Published:November 4, 2016 10:02 am
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Mass actor Vishal’s upcoming film with Tamannaah Bhatia, Okkadochaadu, has finished its shooting and is currently in dubbing stages of post-production work. The movie is slated for release on November 18. M Purushotham is presenting this film while G Hari is the producer.

Producer Hari shared further details about the film. He said, “Film is currently undergoing its post-production work. Dubbing work of the film is going on in Hyderabad. Already Jagapathi Babu, Brahmanandam and J P completed their dubbing. Dubbing session of other artistes is going on. Audio will release on November 7 and film will release worldwide on November 18. The film’s teaser that was released recently garnered very good response. Songs, chases and action sequences in this film have been picturised lavishly and will be a major highlights of the film. Hiphop Thamizh has given super-hit music for this film. ‘Okkadochaadu’ is the costliest film made in Vishal’s career with a different subject. This action entertainer will be another super-hit in Vishal’s career.”

The producer also said that Vishal would deal with a different subject in the movie. “Okkadochaadu is a different film. This is a perfect commercial entertainer packed with lots of action along with a very good social message,” he added.

The film was initially slated to be released in October but was rescheduled for November. The movie also reportedly shot a big chase sequence with a budget of Rs 1.5 crore under the supervision of fight master Kanal Kannan.

Under Suraaj’s direction, the movie also features Tollywood actor Jagapati Babu playing a baddie and has also roped in Sampath Raj, Charan and Jaya Prakash in crucial roles.