Teja Sajja’s Transformation from a Super Hero to a Super Warrior!

Tollywood’s successful Production House ‘People Media Factory’ recently announced their Production No. 36 with Teja Sajja playing the Super Yodha character and director Karthik Gattamneni helming it. TG Vishwa Prasad is bankrolling the movie on a large scale with top-notch production and technical standards. As promised, the makers unveiled the film’s title, first look poster, and also a glimpse yesterday.

The movie is titled Extraordinarily Mirai which means Future. The title logo is designed in a Japanese font. The first look poster sees Teja Sajja in a Super Yodha look with a Yo (Staff Stick) in his hand, standing on top of an erupting volcano looking extremely fierce with an eclipse in the background.

The glimpse is intended to portray the backstory of the movie. It is based on King Ashoka and his secret 9. Kalinga War remains a bad mark in history for Ashoka. The divine mystery was revealed in that repentance. That is the vast knowledge of 9 scriptures that make man divine. 9 warriors are recruited to protect them for generations. An eclipse approaches such knowledge.
Then takes a birth that stops the eclipse. It is an inevitable great battle for generations.

The narrative from a Buddha Monk binds us. The backstory alone gives us goosebumps and makes us anticipated in the movie. Karthik Gattamneni’s intense work on pre-production, production, and post-production is clearly perceptible in the glimpse. While the story has a historic touch, it is told engagingly. Teja Sajja is introduced as a Super Yodha who is there to stop the eclipse from reaching the Secret 9 of Ashoka. He excels in Karra Samu (stick fight), and other forms of fights. He fits the bill perfectly as Super Yodha and has come up with an excellent performance. Ritika Nayak who played the female lead got a meaty role.

Karthik Gattamneni showed his expertise in cinematography. Gowra Hari has enhanced the narrative with his thumping score. The glimpse is impressive to the core and makes us anticipated for the next updates.

Karthik Gattamneni penned the screenplay, Manibabu Karanam wrote the dialogues. Sri Nagendra Tangala is the art director of the movie, Vivek Kuchibhotla is the co-producer.

The makers through the glimpse have announced to release of Mirai in multi-languages – Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Marathi and Chinese languages on April 18th in summer in 2D and 3D versions, exactly after one year.

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