Vaisshnav Tej’s career faced setbacks with films like “Konda Polam” and “Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga.” Now, his upcoming release “Aadikeshava” marks a crucial chance for redemption. The inclusion of Sreeleela as the lead might be a game-changer. Unlike her previous supporting roles, Sreeleela steps into the limelight, adding allure and anticipation to the movie.
In her past films, Sreeleela didn’t solely carry the weight of the narrative; stars like Ravi Teja, Ram, and Balakrishna played significant roles. However, in “Aadikeshava,” things take a different turn. Sreeleela emerges as a bigger star than Vaisshnav, becoming a pivotal selling point for the film.
Her presence not only enhances the film’s glamour but also elevates its buzz and star power. A segment of the audience might flock to theaters purely for the Sreeleela factor. The success of the film at the box office will rely on both Sreeleela’s impact and the quality of the content.
For Sreeleela, “Aadikeshava” offers a chance to achieve success as a commercial mass heroine. The film, produced by Suryadevara Naga Vamsi and Sai Soujanya under Sithara Entertainments and Fortune Four Cinema, also marks Srikanth N. Reddy’s debut as a writer-director. Notably, National award-winning actor Joju George makes his Telugu debut as the antagonist. The film is slated to hit theaters on November 24.