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Updated: October 30, 2010 16:04 IST

It is the season for love

M. L. Narasimham
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Ram Charan Teja in 'Orange'
Ram Charan Teja in 'Orange'

Ram Charan Teja returns as a lover boy with ‘Orange'

The valiant warrior of Magadheera has donned a stylish new look as a lover boy to win over the audience yet again with Anjana Productions new venture Orange written and directed by Bhaskar and produced by K. Nagendra Babu. Ram Charan is cast opposite Genelia and Rocket Singh fame Shahzan Padamsee in this unique love story set against the back drop of Mumbai, Hyderabad and Australia where the shoot is being held now.

In between the Australia schedule where most part of the love story takes place, Bhaskar shot a song sequence recently at Ramanaidu Studios on Ram Charan, Genelia and a group of actors playing friends of the hero.

It was a magnificent pub set created by art director Anand Sai. Mumbai's popular choreographer duo Bosco and Caesar was at the helm while Rajasekhar cranked the camera as the actors placed fast paced steps to Vanamali's lyric — O Range love IdhiO BabyVotami Nepudu ChoodanidiTruth or Dare ani Chaltha hai Ye Kabhi… rendered by Benny Dayal.

Charan is in his elements swinging and swaying to the fast beats composed by Harris Jayaraj. He had already proved his worth in such sequences with Bangaru Kodipetta… number in Magadheera where he emulated his illustrious father.

The tagline that accompanies the film's title reads ‘Love in Fall', the transitional season from summer to winter.

We learn that the love story occurs in this season and has some brilliantly composed action blocks by Peter Hein, shot in Australia. The confident and savvy lover boy of Orange is straight forward when it comes to expressing his views and with his quest for true and pure love he takes the audience on a roller coaster ride of wholesome entertainment.

Of the six songs, three have been shot in scenic locations in and around Sydney including at the Sydney Opera House. Rama Jogaiah Sastry and Surendra Krishna wrote one song each. The audio is scheduled to release on October 25.

Prakash Raj, Brahmanandam, Naga Babu, Prabhu, Srinivas Avasarala, ‘Vennela' Kishore, Sameer and Pavithra Lokesh are part of the cast.

Manyam Ramesh is the executive producer with Mohan as the production controller.

The film is slated to hit the marquee on November 12.

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