"This ('Mantra 2') is not a sequel. It doesn't take forward the story of 'Mantra', but has a different story to tell to the audience. I never thought I would be part of the project, but the director's narration took me by surprise and I instantly agreed to be part of it," Charmy told IANS.
"Mantra", which released in 2007, was a sleeper hit. It gave Charmy a much-needed hit after back-to-back flops back then.
The regular shooting of "Mantra 2" will start from Sep 26 in Hyderabad. It will be directed by debutant N. Sathish.
Tanikella Bharani, Tagubothu Ramesh, Hema and Rao Ramesh will be seen essaying important roles in the film.
--IANS (Posted on 09-09-2013)