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Radhe Shyam: Prabhas-Pooja Hegde Starrer Romantic Drama to Release on July 30

Radhe Shyam, the upcoming romantic drama film starring Prabhas and Pooja Hegde, will release on July 30, the makers of the film announced in social media on Sunday.

Written and directed by Radha Krishna Kumar, Radhe Shyam is produced by UV Creations and T-Series production banners, presented by Krishnam Raju under Gopi Krishna Movies. The film will mark Kumar’s second directorial venture after the 2015 Telugu action film Jil.

The film also stars Bhagyashree, Murali Sharma, Sachin Khedekar, Priyadarshi, Sasha Chettri, Sathyan, among others. The romantic drama will be set against the backdrop of Europe in the 70s.


Speaking to Silverscreen India, the film’s publicity manager Eluru Srinu said, “The shooting has been wrapped up last week and the post-production is going on. Currently, the team is working on the VFX  and final editing of the film in Hyderabad and Mumbai.”

He said that the dubbing will commence from March and the lead actors will dub for themselves for the Telugu version. “The film was shot in Hyderabad and few places in Italy. The team will also incorporate CG (computer graphics) to make look portions of film shot in European countries,” he said.


The cinematographer of the film is Manoj Paramahamsa and the editing is handled by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao. While music is composed by Justin Prabhakaran for the Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada versions, Mithoon and Manan Bhardwaj will be composing music for the Hindi version.

Antony, Justin’s manager, said, “All the musical works for the film are going in parallel with each other, including the work for teaser and song recording.”

Nikil Murukan, the publicity manager of the Tamil version, told Silverscreen India that the film will not be dubbed in other languages and will be shot separately. “The filmmakers will acquire the censor certificate separately for each language,” he added.

Radhe Shyam will release in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi.