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Considered Madhuri Dixit as heroine
Initially director Vinayak wanted to cast Madhuri Dixit as heroine who
comes in the flashback of the film. But he had to withdraw that thought
after coming to know that she was pregnant. Then Chiranjeevi suggested the
name of Jyothika for that role and everybody okayed it.
Wanted to name this film as 'Suryam'
Suryam is the name that is etched in the minds of all people who watched
the blockbuster 'Khaidi'. Then Chiranjeevi suggested that they could keep
the name of 'Suryam' to the character of Prakash Raj (Prakash Raj is
playing the role of loyal and breakthrough constable in this film). Then
Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao came up with the title 'Tagore' and everybody
accepted it. They also decided not to keep any caption for this film.
Tirupathi climax is the highlight
The main highlight apart from the action of Chiranjeevi in this film is
going to be the climax scene that was picturised amidst thousands of
crowds in SV University of Tirupathi.
Mani Sharma composed 62 tunes
Music director Mani Sharma composed 62 tunes for this film and recorded
them in 5 audio cassettes. After listening to these tunes, they fixed up
on the final six. Out of these six songs, one song was picturised in Ooty,
another song in Polachi and three songs in sets. 'Nenu Saitham' song is a
situational song that comes in montages. Lawrence composed choreography to
5 songs out of six songs in this film.
60 feet close up shot on Chiranjeevi
This film has given ample scope for Chiranjeevi to exhibit the entire
gamut of emotions in this film. There are heart touching and sentimental
scenes in this film. In one such scene, a 60 feet continuous close up shot
is taken on Chiranjeevi.
Chiranjeevi colors Vinayak shirt with blood
A fight sequence was being picturised when Chiranjeevi came to know that
he got the best actor award and Vinayak got the best debutant director
award. At that time Chiranjeevi hugged Vinayak. All the blood strains on
Chiranjeevi hand were printed on the shirt of Vinayak. Vinayak preserves
that shirt as a sweet memory.
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