After all, Nani is the king of romance. Gopi Sunder, who is known for his composing soulful melodies is currently having a successful run in Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu industries. Remember the day, 7th July!#NinnuKoriTeaser > http://t.co/zBMnfz9LmU@NameisNani @i_nivethathomas @AadhiOfficial #NinnuKoriOn7thJuly pic.twitter.com/iUSI0fJRGg
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The next song titled “Unnattundi Gunde” will also be released on July 12 for fans. The film’s release date was announced by the makers recently. The film produced by DVV Danayya was initially shot in USA, and it is evident from the teaser that the break up between the lead pair is the crux of the story. 2017-06-11T16:17:59+00:00″>
Published:June 11, 2017 4:17 pm
Nani and Nivetha Thomas starrer Ninnu Kori to release on July 7. The music for the film is being composed by Gopi Sunder, who also scored music for films like Majnu, Brahmotsavam and more. His previous film Gentlemen, which was also opposite Nivetha Thomas was successful, and fans loved their chemistry onscreen. Even the first song that was released titled, Adiga Adiga was about the man’s affections and feelings for his lover. After three successful releases in 2016 – Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha, Gentlemen and Majnu — and one earlier this year titled Nenu Local, Nani seems to be on fire when it comes to churning out hit movies. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Watch videoNani welcomes home a baby boyNani’s Gentleman to release in 127 screens in USNani’s upcoming film Ninnu Kori alongside Nivetha Thomas is being directed by Shiva Nirvana. Aadhi Pinisetty also plays an important role in the film. It will hit the big screens on July 7, and fans can’t wait to see the star on the silver screen. Related News
Ninnu Kori song Adiga Adiga: Nani starrer’s soulful love ballad is paired with heart-wrenching lyrics. The makers seem to be depending on this formula to work again, and from the teaser of the film, it looks like the film might just work.