DSP Returns To Work For Nannaku Prematho
Devi Sri Prasad who was extremely saddened and grief stricken with the sudden death of his father Satyamurthy, is back to work. He is currently occupied with the composition work for Nannaku Prematho and the Audio is soon going to be released.
It was pre-planned that the audio of Nannaku Prematho would be released on December 25th on a grand scale at an event which is to be held in Hyderabad. But, with the sudden news of DSP’s father passing away, rumours have begun to spread that the Audio would be postponed.
According to our sources, it is said that DSP is yet to finish one song for Nannaku Prematho and its re-recording work is also waiting to be finished. As he needs some time to cope-up with the tragedy and get back on track, makers of the film are already worried that this would affect the film and its prospects.
It isn’t like DSP to put the work on hold, because he is a practical man. He understood the situation and resumed his work which means the Audio is going to be launched as pre-planned.
Raghu Dixit is yet another upcoming talented musician in South India. He recently made a post about how artists should keep on going with their life despite the ups and downs. He dedicated one last para to DSP by seeing his dedication and was awed at the commitment to his work. The para reads:
“I dedicate this note to the fantastic hit-machine of Tollywood and now a good friend, Devi Shri Prasad, who despite losing his father, the great Shri. Sathyamurthy, had to shut his grief out and continue doing what he does best – make hit songs simply because he could not back out from his commitment to get the music ready before the already-announced-date for the audio launch of Naannaku Prematho – which, coincidentally, means ‘With Love to my Father’! May God bless his soul and give him strength to deal with his loss and I pray he gets time out to finally cry his heart out.”
Upon viewing the post, DSP replied back to Raghu Dixit on his twitter handle:
“Thank U 4 d kind words Raghu sir..My Dad always says “Work 1st”.. So goin ahead to keep up what he taught me!!”