Singeetham Srinivasa Rao and Krishna Vamsi are faced with a huge challenge. The former, a veteran director, is making a socio-fantasy for an audience he hasn’t had ‘touch’ with (barring Mumbai Express) for more than two decades. The latter, a maverick director, is making a graphics-prominent film, a first in his career spanning more than two decades. (Gulabi was released in 1995).Aditya 999 is about Balakrishna’s gamble with a rarely explored, often risky genre. Rudraksha is about Krishna Vamsi’s gamble with something he hasn’t tried, barring his flirtation with rarefied elements like devotional theme (Murari and Sri Anjaneyam).
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