Kota Bommali PS Is Thought Provoking Film: Bunny Vass

‘Kota Bommali PS’, directed by Teja Marni of ‘Arjuna Phalguna’ fame, stars Rahul Vijay and Shivani Rajasekhar in lead roles. Starring Srikanth and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar in pivotal roles, the film is produced by Bunny Vass and Vidya Koppineedi under Geetha Arts2 banner. The film is going to release in theaters on November 24. The unit is handling film promotions innovatively.

On Monday, the pre-release ceremony of this film was held in a grand manner in Hyderabad under the name of ‘Kota Bommali PS Prachara Sabha’. The engaging event witnessed something unique. For a change, journalists took questions from filmmakers instead of it being the other way round.

Mega producer Allu Aravind said, “Police chasing other policemen is what this film is about. That’s what makes it different from other films. There is no hero in this movie. The story itself is the hero. I thank Boyapati Srinu for being here today despite being a busy man. Srikanth is close to me. He started out big with our film ‘Pelli Sandadi’. Rahul’s father Vijay started out as a fight master under our banner.”

He added “How are politicians making puppets out of policemen? That’s what this film brings out. This film doesn’t intend to target any leader or police officer. The film raises its voice against the entire system prevalent across the country. It is just a coincidence that this film is coming out in the election season. My contribution has only been in selecting the story and in giving input in the edit room.”

Successful producer Dil Raju said that the film as a commercial outing with an interesting concept. He added that his 16-months-old son enjoys listening to ‘Lingi Lingi Lingidi’. “I have continuously been listening to the song since my wife told me about it. The song has surely ensured hype for the movie,” Dil Raju added, hoping that the movie becomes a solid hit upon its release on November 24.

Producer Bunny Vass said that the movie has been written without filters. He added that Allu Aravind’s guidance helped them maintain moderation in making the film in such a way that it doesn’t hurt anybody.

“Thanks to the strength he gave us, we could write some things in a frank manner. This film shows how a small incident blows up and becomes the main talking point at the time of elections. This is a thought-provoking movie. Director Teja Marni has a great future ahead,” he added.