As Dussehra special, they got down to converse with "Guruji" Trivikram Srinivas, popular writer and director. Chiranjeevi looked utmost pleased and excited to talk to Trivikram about the film.
While Chiranjeevi explained what he has been doing over other interviews, Trivikram added his inputs by saying how Bala Gangadhar Tilak promoted Freedom Movement by celebrating Ganesh Chathurthi and Navaratri, 130 years on the streets of Maharashtra with pandals.
Tilak was the first person to start a Ganesh Pandal and his tactic to combat British aggression against Indian political parties uniting large number of people as an uprising against their government, became a tradition today.
Trivikram equated this contribution of Tilak to Tamanna character's contribution to Narasimha Reddy movement as a singer, songwriter igniting fighting spirit for Independence in public supporting the revolution.
Megastar shared that Nagarjuna was stunned to speechlessness after watching the film along with him and also said that Venkatesh came to his house and gave him tight hug & kiss, before saying anything.
Superstar Rajnikanth and even his wife, Latha congratulated Chiranjeevi on his efforts to make such a film, shared Chiru.
There are many more interesting moments from the 29 minutes conversation. We know, you won't be reading much here as you want to watch it for yourself. Go ahead, divulge into their conversation and enjoy Sye Raa in theatres.