Chiru Approaches Bollywood, Faces Heat From Critics

Hyderabad: there were speculations about Chiraneejvi that he is looking for Bollywood actress to rope in as heroines for his 151st flick” Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy” which led to huge criticism from cine lovers.

Film makers approached Aishwarya Rai who did not nod positively as per sources. Now Chiru has a plan to rope in Sonakshi SInha or Priyanka Chopra in his flick with still waiting for reply from both these actress.

Interestingly Priyanka Chopra acted opposite Ram Charan in his flick ‘Zanzeer’ which bombed at Box Office. The same with Sonakshi Sinha, who acted in Linga opposite to Rajinikanth which failed to attract audience.

It is a surprise to see Megastar trying hard to rope in Bollywood actors leaving talented Tollywood stars.

Uyyaalavaada Narasimha Reddy deals with freedom fighter script of 18th century just before First war of Independence, 1857. Script mainly revolves round the British rule and story of a soldier who sacrifice his life for his country.

For such a script, it is fair enough to roll our Tolllywood actress instead of giving hype to Bollywood industry, felt a cine goer.

S.S. Rajamouli repented for approaching Sri Devi for the role of Sivagami in his latest block buster Baahubali.

On many occasions, Rajamouli said that only Ramya Krishna can do that role and feel sorry for trying to rope in Sridevi instead of great actress Ramya.

Even for Chiranjeevi, it is better to stick to South Indian film stars rather than running behind Bollywood actors. If makers think of collections that will bump up in Bollywood if North Indian Stars are involved, is a false perception.

Uyyalavaada Narasimha Reddy script was covered in a large scale after director made a vast research and Highlight of the film will be Chiru’s changeover in looks and costumes. Film will be home production with Ram Charan as producer coming up under Konidela productions.

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  1. pawan kalyan says:

    Waiting for 151th movie

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