The audio release function of Telugu movie Dictator was a gala affair on the banks of the River Krishna at old Amaravati in Guntur district on Sunday.
The function took place in front of the 125-foot tall Dhyana Buddha statue where fans of the lead actor, N. Balakrishna, along with TD leaders and activists participated in a large number. Ministers R. Kishore babu and P. Pulla Rao, Narsaraopet MP Rayapati Sambasiva Rao and MLAs
K. Sridhar and Modugula Venugopala Reddy, Guntur ZP chairperson Sk. Janimun and other dignitaries released the audio songs of the movie in the presence of Balakrishna and the lead actresses Anjali and Sonali Chowhan. The ministers hoped that Amaravati will become the centre of film function and said that audio release of Dictator was just the start. They appealed to the Telugu film industry to cooperate with the state government for the development of Amaravati, the new capital.
Mr Sambasiva Rao handed over the first audio CD of the film to Balakrishna. The actors later performed for the gathering. Director Sriwass and others spoke about the filming of the movie.