viral video: Chiranjeevi supporters perform a coconut-smashing ceremony to mark the release of "Bholaa Shankar"
In theatres now is the eagerly anticipated Telugu film "Bholaa Shankar," starring Chiranjeevi, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Keerthy Suresh. As a sign of their devotion to Chiranjeevi, fans shared a viral video in which they smashed 156 coconuts over the movie poster. This action demonstrates the fervent dedication and admiration that Chiranjeevi enjoys from his fan base.
Fans are ecstatic that today marks the release of the highly anticipated Telugu movie "Bholaa Shankar," which stars Chiranjeevi, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Keerthy Suresh. A video that has gone popular on social media shows supporters smashing 156 coconuts over the poster of "Bholaa Shankar" as a sign of their unrelenting enthusiasm and loyalty for the megastar Chiranjeevi.
The well-liked Tamil film "Vedalam" was remade for the Telugu audience as "Bholaa Shankar." The Meher Ramesh-directed movie promises to be an exciting entertainment with a rich emotional undercurrent.
Chiranjeevi plays a taxi driver in the action-packed city of Kolkata, and his persona is the centre of the narrative. Fans and movie buffs alike have expressed interest in the trailer and advertising materials for the movie, raising hopes for its success.
Due to its compelling plot and relatable depiction of sibling sentiment, filmmaker Meher Ramesh, who has been away from the director's chair for ten years, is optimistic that "Bholaa Shankar" would resonate with the public. Tamannaah Bhatia's part opposite the megastar promises to give the proper amount of dynamism and chemistry to the tale, while Keerthy Suresh's portrayal of Chiranjeevi's sister adds an emotional element to the movie.
Sushanth, Raghu Babu, Murali Sharma, Brahmanandam, Shawar Ali, Tarun Arora, Vennela Kishore, Sreemukhi, Bithiri Sathi, Satya, Rashmi Gautam, Getup Srinu, Uttej, and Tulasi are only a few of the movie's ensemble cast members.
It is also important to note the film's technical aspects. Dudley's cinematography is anticipated to convey both the character's range of emotions and the spirit of Kolkata. The film's speed and rhythm will most likely be maintained in large part by Marthand K Venkatesh's editing. Mahathi Swara Sagar's music and background soundtrack for the movie are expected to improve the viewing experience by amplifying the narrative's emotional effect.