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Sunday, 21 December 2014

Jr.NTR's Temper(2014) Telugu Movie Audio Release

Temper film poster.jpg Jr.NTR's Temper(2014) Telugu Movie Audio Release

Temper is an upcoming Telugu film written by Vakkantham Vamsi and directed by Puri Jagannadh starring N. T. Rama Rao Jr. and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles. It is produced by Bandla Ganesh on Parameswara Art Productions banner. Anoop Rubens composed the soundtrack while Mani Sharma composed the background score. Shyam K. Naidu and S. R. Sekhar handled the film's cinematography and editing respectively.
The film was officially launched at Hyderabad on August 1, 2014 and the principal photography commenced on the next day. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on January 9, 2015 on the eve of Sankranthi.

After the 2004 Telugu film Andhrawala, Puri Jagannadh and N. T. Rama Rao Jr. tried to collaborate for another movie several times which could not happen. When reports of their second collaboration emerged in early 2014, neither of them confirmed about the film. But later, Puri Jagannadh in many interviews to the media during the theatrical run of Heart Attack in February 2014, said that he would do a quick film before directing Mahesh Babu based solely on family values with Godavari regions and shores which would be produced by B. V. S. N. Prasad on Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra banner.[2][3][4] He left to Bangkok in the end of March 2014 for writing the story of this project.[5] Bandla Ganesh was confirmed to produce the film on Parameswara Art Productions banner. In mid-May 2014, Puri Jagannadh chose to direct the script written by Vakkantham Vamsi which marked the former's first film whose story is not written by him.[6] In the end of May 2014, The film was planned for a launch on 1 June 2014.[7] The script work was is in progress at that time and film was declared a cop drama.[8] In late June 2014, Devi Sri Prasad was selected as the music director of the film while the cast and crew were being finalized.[9]
The film was confirmed to be launched officially on 1 August 2014 at Puri Jagannadh's new office Cave at 7:00 AM.[10] Shyam K. Naidu was declared as the cinematographer, S. R. Sekhar was declared as the editor, Brahma Kadali was declared as the art director while FEFSI Vijayan was recruited to compose the fights.[11] Devi Sri Prasad was replaced by Anoop Rubens later for unknown reasons while Mani Sharma was selected for composing the background score while Anoop Rubens composed the soundtrack.[12][13] The titles Kummutha, Kummestha,[14] Rubabu,[15] Temper,[16] Nenorakam with the tagline "Totally Corrupted"[17] were considered by the makers though none of them were confirmed. The title Shamsher was reported to be finalized by the makers in early November 2014.[18] The film's title was confirmed as Temper on 19 November 2014.[19] In an interview to Subhash K. Jha for the newspaper Absolute India, Puri Jagannadh said that the film is basically the story of a bad police officer played by Rama Rao Jr. and is an action-oriented film.[20]


Kajal Aggarwal was selected as the heroine of this film in early June 2013 marking her third collaboration with N. T. Rama Rao Jr. after two successful films Brindavanam and Baadshah whose inclusion was confirmed by Puri Jagannadh in a statement to the media after few days.[21][22] Ajaz Khan was signed as the antagonist of the film in July 2014.[23] On the day of launch, it was confirmed that Prakash Raj, Madhurima, Ali, Kota Srinivasa Rao and Posani Krishna Murali would play important roles along with Tanikella Bharani, Subbaraju, Vennela Kishore, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Sapthagiri, Ramaprabha, Pavithra Lokesh and Kovai Sarala.[11] Kajal Aggarwal had shortage of bulk dates to accommodate and it was rumored that Tamannaah or a new actress would replace her.[24][25] Bandla Ganesh denied those rumors and confirmed Kajal Aggarwal's inclusion.[26] S. Sreesanth and Zarine Khan were speculated to be a part of the film's cast when they visited Puri Jagannath's Cave but there was no official confirmation then.[27][28] Naveena was reported to be considered for a small role.[29] After being impressed with his previous works, Sapthagiri was selected for an important comedy role in the film.[30] Nora Fatehi replaced Shruti Haasan in an item number.[31][32] Puri Jagannadh immediately selected her after her intense training to prepare for her role as a commando in the film Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans.[33]

Characters & looks

N. T. Rama Rao Jr. was reported to be seen as a tough and eccentric police officer in this film.Regarding her character in the film, Madhurima said that she plays a crucial role which is the turning point in the film.Kajal Aggarwal was confirmed to play the role of an animal lover in this film. For his role, Rama Rao Jr. hired a new trainer who specializes in improving muscle tone and shed few kilos relying on high protein diet and workout routine to build a hefty body. He also sported a crew cut.[38] Few stills of the film were leaked online on November 26 which confirmed Rama Rao Jr.'s look in the film.[39] Those stills were captured during the shoot at Goa and they went viral on social networking sites.[40] However the makers tried to find out who leaked it online as they wanted the pictures to be released to create a buzz before the film's launch.[41] Another still was leaked on the next day which featured Rama Rao Jr. sitting on a Royal Enfield bike sans shirt sporting his six pack abs. The image was a working still taken on the beach reportedly featuring in a song sequence of the film. However, none from the film's unit made a statement about the alleged leak.[42]
Rama Rao Jr.'s underwent a drastic physical transformation from head to toe in hairdo, costumes, body and attitude for this role. His stylist Ashwin Mawle shopped for the costumes and accessories from designer stores in Hong Kong and London. Regarding the styling, Ashwin further revealed, "For the hair, we tried getting a few variations of spikes — straight, cross and messy. He (Rama Rao Jr.) keeps a tab on the latest trends. He took a lot of references from latest runway looks and zeroed in on an earthy color palette: brown, burgundy and grey. Thick jackets make him look bulkier, so he has gone for slim fit shirts and jackets made of linen" in an interview to Sasidhar AS of The Times of India. He added that N. T. Rama Rao Jr. trimmed his mustache for sporting a rugged look.[43] Madhurima said in an interview to Suresh Kavirayani of Deccan Chronicle that she participated in few action sequences with Rama Rao Jr. in the film and added that she has no songs with him.[44]


The regular shooting was planned to commence in April 2014.[4] In mid-May 2014, The film's shooting schedules were planned in July 2014.[45] On 1 July 2014 it was declared that the film's shoot would be completed in 100 working days.[46] Principal photography began on 2 August 2014.[47] Madhurima joined the film's sets on 9 August.[48] N. T. Rama Rao Jr. was expected to join the film's sets on 11 August though he joined on 21 August in the Aluminium Factory at Gachibowli in Hyderabad.[49][50][51] Few comedy scenes were shot on Rama Rao Jr., Vennela Kishore and other supporting cast after a week.[52] The film's second schedule was planned from 10 September till the completion of the film's shoot which was postponed to 15 September because of disruption in construction of a big police station set because of rains.[53][54] After being rumored that the film might be shelved after shooting was stopped midway, Bandla Ganesh has clarified that the shooting would continue from 26 September and the shooting resumed in Aluminium Factory at Gachibowli in Hyderabad and the makers announced that the schedule would continue till the end of the principal photography.[55][56] The makers selected a house in Begumpet to erect a special police station set to shoot few crucial scenes on which INR2.7 million was invested.[57] An item number on Rama Rao Jr. and Nora Fatehi was shot in Hyderabad in early October 2014.[58] That song was a fast-paced folk song choreographed by Shekhar which Nora termed a "hyper energetic dance number".[33]
25% of the film's shoot was wrapped up by then and the next schedule was planned in Vishakhapatnam.[59] Later the makers chose Goa to shoot major parts of the film.[60] Few scenes on Rama Rao Jr., Kajal Aggarwal and some other actors were shot meanwhile.[61] The film's Goa schedule was delayed due to the ongoing strike for Non-acceptance of the revised pay hike for the Film Federation Employees.[62] The strike was called off later and the filming continued from 25 October at Goa where major part of the film was shot.[63][64] The shoot of the interval block was wrapped up by 2 November.[65] Few key scenes on Rama Rao Jr., Kajal Aggarwal and Prakash Raj were shot later.[66] The Goa schedule came to an end on 24 November and the team returned to Hyderabad the next day.[67] The next schedule started at Ramoji Film City from 27 November.[68] By then, 80% of the film's shoot was complete.[69]
The film's shoot was disrupted again due to another strike caused by Film Federation Employees to appoint those technicians who have a membership in the Federation. The makers said that two weeks of filming is pending which would start immediately once the strike is called off.[70] However, the film's shoot was reported to be progressing in Hyderabad with employees other than the ones from Federation being employed.[71] The strike was called off on 5 December 2014 and the union members took part in the shootings from the next day.[72][73] Bandla Ganesh called off the film's shoot for 10 days as Rama Rao Jr. was devastated because of the death of his step brother Nandamuri Janakiram.[74] However Rama Rao Jr. chose to continue for ensuring a Sankranthi release and the filming resumed on 10 December 2014.[75] 16 days of shoot was reported to be pending and the filming was expected to come to an end on 31 December 2014. Meanwhile Rama Rao Jr. participated in the shoot of some important jail and court scenes at a specially erected set in Aluminium Factory near Gachibowli.[76][77] Puri Jagannadh informed Bandla Ganesh that the film cannot be completed as planned and that film will not be ready for a Sankranti release. The latter was fine with the decision and gave a break to Rama Rao Jr.[78]

Post Production

S. R. Sekhar simultaneously completed the editing work so that the film can release on time.[67] Post-production activities progressed in tandem with the filming during the film's shoot at Goa.[69] Mani Sharma began composing the background score on 4 December 2014.[79] The film's dubbing activities began on 9 December 2014 at Hyderabad.[80]


Anoop Rubens composed the film's soundtrack while Mani Sharma composed the background score. In late November 2014, the film's soundtrack was reported to be launched on 14 December 2014 at Nimmakuru in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh. Later, the venue was reported as Guntur. Bandla Ganesh later clarified that they are planning to launch the film's soundtrack at Hyderabad in the second week of December 2014. Few sources claimed that the makers are planning to release the soundtrack directly into the market in the third week of December 2014.


It was announced by Bandla Ganesh on May 19, 2014 that they are planning for a worldwide theatrical release on January 9, 2015 as a Sankranthi special and the same was confirmed on the day of the film's launch in an interaction with the IANS. The film's release was rumored to be postponed from Sankranthi to a later date due to halt in the film's shoot post Nandamuri Janakiram's death. However, an official confirmation was awaited.


N. T. Rama Rao Jr. and Puri Jagannadh acquired the distribution rights of Nizam region and Vishakhapatnam. Later Vakkantham Vamsi was reported to acquire the distribution rights of Nellore for an amount of INR20 million (US$320,000).


On 19 May 2014, 2 posters of this film bearing the title Production no. 5 were released wishing N. T. Rama Rao Jr. a happy birthday in advance. The makers planned to reveal the film's first look teaser on Diwali. The makers later decided to unveil the film's first look poster on November 29 and teaser on December 5. Bandla Ganesh unveiled the official logo of the film's title on November 27. Puri Jagannadh unveiled two posters featuring Rama Rao Jr. on the same day. Another poster featuring Rama Rao Jr. was unveiled on 6 December 2014.In that poster, he was seen sporting a sky blue cotton shirt, white cargo pants and aviator sunglasses during the film's shoot at Goa. He posted the autographed version of the same in his official Facebook page a day before which received 30 thousand likes, 2 thousand shares and more than 1 thousand comments upon its release; all of them being positive. The film's trailer was expected to be unveiled on or after 17 December 2014.

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