Radhe Shyam being shot in the Heritage Temple in Andhra Pradesh 

Temple was built during the time of Sri Krishna Deva Raya, according to reports

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September 11, 2021

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Last month, the makers of Prabhas and Pooja Hedge start Radhe Shyam wrapped up the film’s principal photography by canceling the final schedule in Gandikota, Andhra Pradesh’s Jammalamadugu region. After three years of hard effort, the crew felt grateful to be able to end the film on a spiritual note.

This temple was built during the time of Sri Krishna Deva Raya, according to reports. The filmmakers decided it would be a fantastic location for numerous major moments in Radhe Shyam because it is a period drama.

According to Ravinder Reddy, they had to construct various additional settings in the temple, such as navagraha, homam, dancing hall, and courtyard. Around 300 people are said to have worked on these sets for ten days. All of the goods appear to have been transported in 12 trucks from Hyderabad. Benaras donated items like rudrakshas and candles to the temple. He further stated that around 1000 Veda Priests from Vedic Schools were also asked to participate in the shoot, according to him. These temple sequences will even include Aghoras.

Prabhas and Pooja Hegde star in Radhe Shyam, which was directed by Radha Krishna Kumar and will release on January 14, 2022. Sankranthi is a Hindu event that takes place around the same time. Radhe Shyam is a new Indian period romance movie featuring Prabhas and Pooja Hegde, written and directed by Radha Krishna Kumar.

The movie was shot in both Telugu and Hindi at the same time. UV Creations and T-Series collaborated on the film. Set in 1970s Europe, the film features Justin Prabhakaran’s soundtrack, Manoj Paramahamsa’s cinematography, and Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao’s editing. The film’s principal photography began on October 6, 2018, with locations in Hyderabad, Italy, and Georgia. It was supposed to come out on July 30, 2021, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

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