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Gaganam (English: sky) is a Telugu film, directed by Radha Mohan and produced by Dil Raju. It stars Akkineni Nagarjuna and Prakash Raj in lead roles. The film was released on 11th February 2011.

Prakash Raj
Bharath Reddy
Poonam Kaur
Sana Khan
Thalaivasal Vijay
Elango Kumaravel
M. S. Bhaskar
Iqbal Yaqub
Balaji Mohan
Nitish Nair
Radha Mohan decided to make it a bilingual venture, shooting the film in both Tamil and Telugu languages simultaneously, and was convinced noted Telugu film producer Dil Raju to produce the Telugu version, titled Gaganam, whilst roping in Nagarjuna, who is a known name in both film industries, to enact the lead role of a NSG commando.[3] Nagarjuna revealed that the film turned out to be “one of the easiest” he had worked in as he didn’t had to prepare much for the role, since Radha Mohan and Prakash Raj had done “so much research”, spoken to army officers and had “everything about the role on paper — how commandos behave and dress.” He was part of an ensemble cast that featured around 45 known artists from both Tamil and Telugu industries, with the cast being retained for both versions. Prakash Raj himself, who had also previously starred in all Radha Mohan films, was cast in a pivotal role.
Depsite widespread report that the film was based on the 1999 Kandahar hijacking incident of the Indian Airlines Flight 814, Prakash Raj had denied the reports, making clear that it was about a hijack that takes place at the Tirupati Airport.[10] A grand set resembling the Tirupati airport was errected at the Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad, Andra Pradesh by art director Kathir. The airport set was constructed within one month and reportedly costed three crores, which was almost twenty per cent of the films’ entire budget and included runway, traffic, ATC room and two planes with “perfect interiors”. The film was shot using the RED camera, handled by cinematographer K. V. Guhan.[15] Pravin Mani was assigned as the film composer, who worked on the film’s background score.


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