Salman Khan joins Chiranjeevi's Godfather; begins shooting in Mumbai

Megastar Chiranjeevi’s upcoming film Godfather has a new member in the cast and it is none other than Bollywood actor Salman Khan.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  16 March 2022 12:22 PM GMT
Salman Khan joins Chiranjeevis Godfather; begins shooting in Mumbai

Megastar Chiranjeevi's upcoming film Godfather has a new member in the cast and it is none other than Bollywood actor Salman Khan. Salman is going to play a vital role in this film which is a Telugu remake of the Malayalam blockbuster film Lucifer. It is confirmed that it is going to be a cameo or something similar to Prithviraj Sukumaran's role in the original flick.

Salman coming on board for this film is definitely a big thing and it happened with the bonding and friendship that he and Chiranjeevi share. Aren't the expectations big already? The team welcomed Salman on board and the fans are excited about this combination.

Godfather is Chiranjeevi's 153rd film Godfather being directed by Mohan Raja and produced grandly by Konidela Productions and Super Good Films is currently being filmed in Mumbai.

"Welcome aboard #Godfather, Bhai @BeingSalmanKhan ! Your entry has energized everyone & the excitement has gone to next level. Sharing screen with you is an absolute joy. Your presence will no doubt give that magical #KICK to the audience. @jayam_mohanraja @AlwaysRamCharan ," posted Chiranjeevi. It's an eye feast to see the two legends together.

Chiranjeevi will be seen in a powerful role in the movie tipped to be a high intense political action drama. Nayanthara is playing a significant role in the movie. Top-notch technical team is handling different crafts of the movie. Master cinematographer Nirav Shah handles the camera, while the in-form music director SS Thaman renders soundtracks. Suresh Selvarajan - the art director for many Bollywood Blockbusters - takes care of the artwork of this film. The film is produced jointly by RB Choudary and NV Prasad, while Konidela Surekha is presenting it.

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