Sai Dharam Tej’s SDT18 goes on Floor: Budget and Cast

Sai Dharam Tej is gearing up for his pan-India debut with an action drama directed by debutant Rohith KP. Following his successful comeback with “Virupakasha,” Sai Dharam Tej has been selective about his projects, and this upcoming film has generated considerable buzz with its intriguing first look.

Period Drama Set in 1947-1967

The film is a period drama spanning from 1947 to 1967, featuring a Rayalaseema backdrop. It’s inspired by true events in Telugu history, providing a rich historical context. Aishwarya Lekshmi has been cast as the female lead opposite Sai Dharam Tej, adding to the film’s allure.

Sai Dharam Tej Next – Massive Set and New Look

A grand set costing crores has been constructed in Hyderabad, with the first schedule already in progress. Sai Dharam Tej has undergone significant physical transformation for this role, promising audiences a unique and fresh avatar in this period drama. The filmmakers aim to release the movie during the Sankranthi 2025 festival.

High Budget Production

Produced by K. Niranjan Reddy and Chaitanya Reddy of Primeshow Entertainment, known for the blockbuster “HanuMan,” the yet-to-be-titled film (SD18) boasts a substantial budget of Rs 100 crore. This marks the highest budget in Sai Dharam Tej’s career, reflecting the producers’ commitment to delivering a high-quality cinematic experience.

Pan-India Release with a Rs 100 Crore Budget

The producers have announced that this film will be a grand production with an enormous budget. He is set to portray a formidable character in this period-action drama.

The first shooting schedule is currently underway on a massive set specially constructed to meet the film’s requirements. Further details about the project will be shared soon. With an estimated budget of Rs 100 crore, the film is slated for a pan-India release across Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, and Malayalam languages.

Sai Dharam Tej’s Resilience and Comeback

Sai Dharam Tej recently made headlines alongside his uncle, Pawan Kalyan, the new deputy CM of Andhra Pradesh. Known for his resilience, he overcame a severe bike accident that left him with a lost voice and required two years of recovery. Now back in action, he is ready to take on new challenges and projects with renewed vigor. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting project.


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