Ravi Babu, the director who opened up a new genre of films in Tollywood never fails to surprise cinephiles with his out of the box subjects. Be it a rom-com like ’Allari’ or a thriller like ‘Avunu’ we can’t ignore Ravi Babu’s films however they do at the box-office. While his recent film ‘Aaviri’ is all set to hit the screens on Friday, the creative director revealed some interesting facts about the movie. Sharing the storyline of the film, Ravi said that the story revolves around a family that locks themselves in a house under some mysterious circumstances. Taking to the media on Thursday, the writer, director and producer of the film Ravi Babu revealed that the story is inspired by the true events. And shocking everyone he brought the name of lady IAS officer Amrapali!
Known to be a dynamic bureaucrat, Amrapali while she severed as Warangal collector hit the headlines with her statement that she is living in a 133-year old haunted house. She even admitted that she came across a few paranormal incidences on the first floor. Ravi Babu who is always in a search of interesting subjects shared that ‘Aaviri’ came out of incidents the IAS officer shared. Ravi, however, said that he didn’t reveal this so far, as he doesn’t want to use Amrapali’s name for promotions.