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Zee Cinemalu Announces World Television Premiere of Superhit Romance-Idi Maa Prema Katha

Zee Cinemalu Announces World Television Premiere of Superhit Romance-Idi Maa Prema Katha

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MUMBAI: Continuing to respect and support new-time actors, Zee Cinemalu’s World Television Premiere of Idi Maa Prema Katha stars the well-known faces from the small screen – Zee Telugu’s very own Anchor Ravi and Kalyana Vaibhogam-famed Meghana Lokesh. Making their much-appreciated film debut with Idi Maa Prema Katha, the film also marks Director Ayodhya Karthik's first film in the film industry. Be sure to catch this heart-warming romance on 21st July at 8:00 PM, only on Zee Cinemalu and Zee Cinemalu HD.

Ravi plays the role of Arun and is paired opposite Meghana, who portrays Sandhya. The story revolves around a vintage love story set against a college backdrop. Meghana Lokesh, who is currently doing two hit shows on Zee Telugu – Raktha Sambandham and Kalyana Vaibhogam, has stunned audiences with her confident first-time silver-screen performance. Anchor Ravi--who is extremely popular on television for his rugged style and flamboyant personality--has also received a lot of praise for his work in the film. Comedian Prabhas Sreenu, Priyadarshi, the young actor who has recently made his mark with his comic timing and acting capabilities, Tulasi, Vizag Prasad, and Getup Srinu play important roles. The music by young singer and composer Karthik Kodakandla is a major highlight of the film and has proven to be a huge hit with youngsters.

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