Zombie Reddy | First Bite | A Prasanth Varma Film STORY,STARCAST,REVIEW, RELEASE DATE

Prashanth Varma of Kalki and Awe fame is arising with another interesting movie which is titled “Zombie Reddy“. Samantha Akkineni launched the teaser (first bite) of Zombie Reddy, which is grabbing several eyeballs. The upcoming film Zombie Reddy is touted to be the primary thriller movie in Telugu movie industry . Prasanth Varma’ directorial venture Zombie Reddy is predicated on the backdrop of Coronavirus and its vaccine.

STARRING :-Teja Sajja, Anandhi, Daksha Nagarkar, Raghu Babu, Prudhvi Raj, Getup Srinu, Harshavardhan, Hemanth, Kireeti, Hari Teja, Adhurs Raghu, Mahesh Vitta, Annapurnamma, Vijay Ranga Raju, Vinay Varma, Naga Mahesh, Priya, Charandeep and Tripuraneni Chitti.

Teja Sajja, Aanandhi and Daksha Nagarkar are going to be playing the lead roles and their characters in Zombie Reddy have tons of importance. Zombie Reddy First Bite shows all the lead cast. It starts with an idea provoking message of how human intelligence is causing damage, when it’s utilized in the incorrect way.


Writer & Director: Prasanth Varma

Producer: Raj Shekar Varma

Production House: Apple Tree Studios

Screenplay: Scriptsville

DOP: Anith

Music: Mark K Robin

Production Designer: Sri Nagendra Tangala

Editor: Sai Babu

Executive Producers: Anand Penumetcha, Prabha Chintalapati

Line Producer: Venkat Kumar Jetty

Corona symbol, vaccine are often seen during a laboratory that hints that the virus is made during a lab. Daksha, Anandhi, Teja Sajja and Zombie are seen there. Anandhi with a trident, Daksha with a gun whereas Teja with a mace, are seen warming up for the large fight against the zombie.

According to Prasanth Varma, Zombie Reddy is about up in Kurnool and it’s about how the people of Kurnool save the planet by stopping the pandemic. The movie is bankrolled by Raj Shekar Varma under the banner of Made under fruit tree Studies.

Two-and-a-half decades ago, many movie-buffs in India didn’t have a thought about the zombie genre. If dead people didn’t stay in their graves and came back in flesh-and-blood to haunt people, it had been considered a horror film. during a sense, that’s what happens in Deyyam, too. But it had been far more than a daily offering with jump scares and movie gimmicks

“Zombie Reddy” on the opposite hand, follows the template set by American films, where all the dead people run together during a large group and blindly target the living. Moreover, this thriller seems to be set round the current pandemic, COVID-19.

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While a couple of feature films are written, shot, edited and released since March, they need not taken the fears and fatalities surrounding the coronavirus under consideration .

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