'Vishnu-Hansika off-screen friendship helps film'
Chennai: Refuting rumours that Vishnu Manchu stormed out of the sets of his yet-to-be-titled Telugu multi-starrer as he was upset with Hansika Motwani, the film's director Srivas said "their off-screen friendship adds intensity to the film".
"A gift to a director is the chemistry between the lead actors and these two (Vishnu and Hansika) share a great chemistry. In fact, their off screen friendship adds great intensity to the film. This makes them a hit pair on screen," Srivas told IANS.
Hansika and Vishnu have teamed up for the second time after the highly successful Telugu comedy 'Denikaina Ready'.
"I have worked with them since the first day of shooting. Both have surpassed my expectations with flawless performance in every scene," he added.
The film, which also features Raveena Tandon, Manchu Manoj, Manchu Mohan Babu, Praneetha, Varun Sandesh and Tanish, is racing towards completion.
It is being co-produced by 24 Frames Factory and Lakshmi Prasanna Pictures.
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