Conrad Palmisano choreographs stunts for Mahesh Babu film

Indo Asian News Service
29 January 2013

Chennai, Jan 29 (IANS) Hollywood stuntman Conrad Palmisano, known for coordinating stunts for film series like "Rush Hour" and "Lethal Weapon", has been roped in to choreograph stunts for upcoming, yet-to-be-titled Telugu film of actor Mahesh Babu.

"Since the film has high-octane action sequences, Hollywood stuntman Conrad has been roped in to choreograph stunts. Mahesh is doing a stunt sequence today (Tuesday) under the supervision of Conrad," a source from the film's unit told IANS.

Conrad's last Bollywood project was Salman Khan's blockbuster "Ek Tha Tiger".

Sukumar Bandreddi is directing the Telugu film, which also features Kriti Sanon. Sayaji Shinde, Kelly Dorjee and Srinivasa Reddy essay important roles in the movie.

The film, which went on floors between April and May 2012, was stalled for a few months since Mahesh was busy wrapping up his last Telugu superhit "Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu".

Devi Sri Prasad will compose the music for the film, which has cinematography by Rathnavelu. The film is produced by Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta and Anil Sunkara of 14 Reels Entertainment.

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