Cannes 2024: Prabhudeva, Mohan Babu, and Vishnu Manchu walk the red carpet in style wearing black tuxedo – WATCH

The Kannappa team released the film’s teaser during the Cannes Film Festival. Prabhudeva, Mohan Babu, and Vishnu Manchu walked the historic red carpet with flair.

Kannappa’s team recently made a spectacular entrance at the ongoing 77th Cannes Film Festival. Prior to the premiere of Horizon: An American Saga, director and choreographer Prabhudeva, producer Mohan Babu, and star Vishnu Manchu walked the renowned red carpet.

Vishnu was joined by his wife, Viranica. Vishnu took to Instagram to share various photographs and videos. They were all dressed in black.

Kannappa’s official X page also shared a video of the film’s cast on the red carpet. The clip was shared with the caption, “The highly anticipated premiere of “Horizon: An American Saga” was graced by @themohanbabu @iVishnuManchu, his wife @vinimanchu, and @PDdancing. #VishnuManchu is in #Cannes2024 to showcase the teaser of #Kannappa, set to take place this evening at the Olympia theatre.”

 

The Cannes Film Festival, held each year in Cannes, France, is one of the most prestigious and well-known film festivals in the world.

The Kannappa team is at Cannes for the film’s teaser launch. Kannappa is directed by Mukesh Kumar Singh and produced by Manchu’s production companies, AVA Entertainment and 24 Frames Factory. The film also features Preity Mukhundhan, Mohanlal, Mohan Babu, R Sarathkumar, Brahmanandam, Madhoo, and Mukesh Rishi. The film will be released in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi, and English. Prabhas and Akshay Kumar both play significant parts in the film.

 

The 77th edition of Cannes began on May 14 and will run until May 25. Meanwhile, Sanjay Jaju, Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, recently hosted the first-ever Bharat Parva, an evening celebrating India’s rich culture, cuisine, and handicrafts, as well as Indian movies, on the French Riviera.

The event, sponsored by NFDC in collaboration with FICCI under the auspices of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, was a spectacular success, with Cannes delegates thoroughly engrossed in the evening’s exceptional performances and delicious assortment of fusion cuisine, according to a release.

 

Over 250 delegates attended the event, which displayed Indian culture, cuisine, and cinema on a global scale.

The occasion also featured the introduction of posters for the 55th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) and a save-the-date poster for the inaugural World Audio Visual Entertainment Summit.

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