A noteworthy fire softened out at Annapurna Studios up Hyderabad's Banjara Hills on Monday evening. The studio has a place with performing artist Akkineni Nagarjuna.
As indicated by authorities, the mischance occurred between 5.30 pm and 6 pm on Monday. No losses have been accounted for.
While the purposes behind the fire is yet to be learned, police presume that the blast could have been caused by a short out.
Four fire motors two from Film Nagar Fire Station and one each from Sanathnagar and Secunderabad have been locked in to put out the burst, police said. Twenty-five fire work force are directly occupied with endeavoring to drench the fire.
Because of movement, the fire tenders purportedly arrived late at the spot.
Addressing TNM Hyderabad District Fire Officer, Srinivas Reddy stated, "We landed to the spot at 6.30. 80% of the fire is under control. We will drench the fire in another hour."
Celebration Hills Inspector K Purna Chander stated, "Nobody was harmed in the mischance, as the sets were vacant. The fire is presently under control. We'll have the capacity to tell the purpose behind the fire tomorrow morning."
The arrangements of Manam, the 2014 film featuring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Nagarjuna, Naga Chaitanya and Samantha and also performing artist Chiranjeevi's forthcoming Sye Raa were completely gutted in the fire, as indicated by Sakshi Post.
Manam was Nageswara Rao's last film before he passed away in January 2014.
Sye Raa, a notable biopic in view of Telugu flexibility contender Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy is coordinated by Surender Reddy and created by Ram Charan. It likewise stars Nayantara, Amitabh Bachchan, Sudeep, Vijay Sethupathi and Jagapati Babu and is supposedly being made at a financial plan of Rs 150 crore.
The 22-section of land Annapurna Studios was set up in 1975 as a creation and appropriation organization by the late unbelievable on-screen character Nageswara Rao and was named after his better half.