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Sharman Joshi and Shriya Saran’s Music School third schedule begins

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It’s the kick-off of the third schedule of most awaited musicals by composer Ilaiyaraaja’s ‘Music School’. Starring Sharman Joshi and Shriya Saran, the film launches the shoot in Hyderabad. In view of the third wave of the pandemic, the makers of ‘Music School’ have a deputed a team that sanitizes the studio, location and vanity vans. The film’s team ensures social distancing and the use of masks on the set. As a norm, anyone new to the set must undergo an antigen test and RT-PCR tests of the cast and crew are being done once a week.

The team has a general physician on board in case there is a medical emergency. Despite the challenges, director Papa Rao Biyyala is determined to spare no effort to bring to the audience a rich visual and sonic extravaganza observing the due precaution. The upcoming Ilaiyaraaja musical is about two teachers, Mary D’Cruz (Shriya Saran) and Manoj (Sharman Joshi), who try their best to shake off the influence of an unimaginative education system over pupils with the culture and refinement of music and theatre.

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Papa Rao Biyyala says, “The second schedule of ‘Music School’ was an absolute blast. The entire team enjoyed being in a musical ambience. We launch into the third schedule by playing off to the energy of the new year. At the same time, we take the safety of our team very seriously. We make sure that only those who are absolutely required are present on the set. It’s a great relief that the sanitisation team is extremely thorough and the film’s team is cautious and considerate.”

Produced by Yamini Films and written and directed by Papa Rao Biyyala, ‘Music School’, a one-of-a-kind bilingual (Hindi and Telugu) musical by Ilaiyaraaja, with cinematography by Kiran Deohans and starring Sharman Joshi, Shriya Saran, Shaan, Suhasini Mulay, Prakash Raj, Benjamin Gilani, Srikanth Iyengar, Vinay Varma, Mona Ambegaonkar, Gracy Goswamy, Ozu Barua, Bugs Bhargava, Mangala Bhatt, Phani Eggoti and Vaquar Shaikh.

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