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Hero trailer: Mahesh Babu’s nephew Ashok Galla plays a struggling actor in debut movie, watch

Directed by Sriram Adittya, Hero stars Ashok Galla, Nidhhi Agerwal, Jagapathi Babu, Naresh, Vennela Kishore, and Brahmaji. The film will release on January 15 in theatres.

By: Entertainment Desk | Hyderabad |
January 11, 2022 3:47:03 pm
Hero movieAshok Galla and Nidhhi Agerwal in Hero movie. (Photo: AshokGalla_/Twitter)

Ace director SS Rajamouli on Monday launched the trailer of Hero movie and wished the film’s team success at the box office. Sharing the trailer on his Twitter handle, the RRR director wrote, “Here’s #HeroTrailer… My best wishes to the entire team of #HERO and especially to @AshokGalla_ on his debut..:)”

Hero marks the acting debut of Mahesh Babu‘s nephew Ashok Galla and going by the trailer, the film seems a decent launchpad for him. The 105-second trailer introduces Akhok as an aspiring actor and his struggles in achieving the goal. However, the latter visuals in the trailer hint that the film takes a commercial template where the protagonist faces the hurdles in life created by the heroine’s father. At the same time, it also promises a good dose of humour with the presence of Vennela Kishore and Satya.

Meanwhile, speaking about film in his recent media interaction, director Sriram Adittya said, “We have made Hero movie with commercial elements. It tickles the funny bone continuously for two hours. Genre-wise, we have touched upon a novel point entertainingly.”

Produced by Padmavathi Galla under the banner of Amara Raja Media and Entertainment, Hero co-stars Nidhhi Agerwal, Jagapathi Babu, Naresh, and Brahmaji.

While Ghibran has composed the music, the movie has cinematography by Sameer Reddy and Richard Prasad. The film is set to release on January 15.

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