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‘White Paper’ Mega Brother left first look

Granthi Shiva Prasad is producing the film ‘White Paper’ under the banner of GSK Productions, directed by Shiva. ‘Jabarthast’ Adire Abhi is going to be introduced as the hero in this movie. Known as the film that completed in just 10 hours, the film was honored by the Indian Book of Records as a rare film. Recently, Mega Brother Nagababu released the first look of the film.

After the release of First Look, Nagababu said, “Abhi is always at the forefront of choosing diverse articles. Also now he did this white paper movie differently. At first glance, Abhinav looks like a sincere police officer. Despite the hardships of Abhi and their team .. I want this film to be a success, my best wishes to all the team .. ” he said.

Hero Abhi said .. ” There has been a good response to the recently released title look. Now Nagababu is very happy to release the first look of our movie .. ” he said. Nagababugari blessings be upon all of our team. Looking at the poster, we forget the difficulty, all the adults like this appreciate our film, the experiment we did, we are very happy, ” said director Shiva.


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