Chiru’s Song Creates Sensation in Nephew’s Film

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Chiru’s Song Creating Sensation in Nephew’s Film

Trust Chiru aka Megastar Chiranjeevi to create ripples even in a throwback. Apart from the fact it was Chiru who laid the great carpet to filmography for all the men in his family, his mere presence in any of their films also causes a lot of sensation. That explains the kind of following Megastar has, counting into millions.

Few years ago, Chiru’s graphic intervention and his real cameo appearance in son Ram Charan’s Magadheera caused an uproar, not to forget loud whistles. The remixed version of song from Chiru’s film Gharana Mogudu became a rage for the second time in the row. This time, it’s nephew’s Sai Dharam Tej’s turn to cash in on the megastar element.

Sai Dharam Tej’s new film, Supreme has a remixed version of Chiru’s old superhit song, Andham Hindolam. The buck doesn’t stop there. The song has been picturised in such a way that everyone who has watched it is going gaga over it. The song is an out and out visual spectacle, showing Chiru, riding on a horse. Sai Dharam Tej has more. His cousin Ram Charan is also shown in the visuals, riding a horse and so is his power star uncle, Pawan Kalyan. Viewers say that PK riding horse in the film Gabbar Singh has been conveniently utilised to market Dharam Tej’s film.

Apart from all of this, Supreme has opened decent in the theatres, fetching reasonable response. The film stars Sai Dharam Tej and Rashi Khanna in the lead roles.

The film has been directed by Anil Ravipudi.



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