Krish Jagarlamudi, the legendary director is annoyed about false gossips that parts of the BGM and scenes from Bajirao Mastani have been recycled in GPSK.
Tollywood Director Krish Jagarlamudi gets truly upset when you ask him if the newest buzz surrounding his future movie with Balakrishna is factual. It is being stated that the movie makers of Gautamiputra Satakarni paid a big amount of money to re-use the background tunes and war sequences from the Hindi movie named Bajirao Mastani. Telling that it is an offense to even say something like that to him, the director states astonishment at having to explain something like this.
“Strange. Really so bizarre. I think it’s unlucky that somebody would write such wrong news. Particularly after the release of the movie trailer, where a pair of war sequences are openly seen. How do they consider it’s even probable,” he asks, saying, “This displays the level of illiteracy. Both the movie scripts are as different as chalk and cheese and the option of reusing acts is simply zero. Though, our movie has Greek soldiers whereas Bajirao Mastani has the Mughal army. Additionally, they are set in totally diverse time periods. How can we perhaps pass off one as the other? We have place in a lot of hard work into the movie and these types of rumors cut down our effort. Not much info is available about the ruler and a lot of investigation has been done. We scheduled well to make sure we had sufficient time to complete everything flawlessly.”
The movie’s music director, Chirantan Bhatt also resonates the astonishment of the director when inquired about the music in the movie. “I have no awareness about any of this!” he concludes.