In a few hours, the film Sita Ramam, directed by Hanu Raghavapudi, will premiere. The director freely acknowledges that he overcame the second-half syndrome and that his most recent two movies were failures. Hanu Raghavapudi has discussed the factors that led to the failure of his most recent films in an interview. While Hanu's flicks lie and padi padi leche manasu were failures, his films andala rakshasi and krishna gadi veera prema gadha were successes. Hanu revealed that Lie's failure was due to two mistakes, among other things.

The main conflict in lie was supposed to be between the protagonist and antagonist. It was intended to be a full-fledged action entertainer, but they had to include the heroine's track to give it more commercial appeal. The heroine track transformed the film into a standard structure. The second error was to reveal the release date before it was really made. Hanu claims that the team had to put in 60 straight days of labour in the US, averaging 20 hours each day.

To fulfil the release deadline, the crew put in a lot of effort. However, they were given no time to see the results, so they were unable to make any improvements. Regarding padi padi leche manasu intended for the audience to be surprised by the heroine's illness, but they were irritated and furious at the revelation. Hanu acknowledges that he made a mistake because he was so perplexed. Hanu accepts blame for both failures. Hanu Raghavapudi and the entire crew are optimistic about Sita Ramam's achievement.

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