'Chatrapathi' Teaser: Sreenivas Flexes In This Action Packed Flick!

VV Vinayak is known for his mass movies right from the beginning of his career. He took the comedy commercial film route from 'Krishna' and went onto make movies like 'Adhurs', 'Alludu Seenu', 'Nayak' and others where entertainment was given more priority than action. But the mass director seems to have gone into complete action mode for his upcoming movie 'Chatrapathi'.

Though it is a remake of SS Rajamouli's super hit movie with the same name, Vinayak seems to have delivered big-time 'Chatrapathi'. After releasing the poster and announcing that the movie will be coming out on 12th May, the official teaser came out and it packs a punch. The one-minute teaser completely focuses on the high-voltage action episodes. The other characters are not showcased in the teaser as it only focuses on the lead actor Bellamkonda Sreenivas.

The 'Jaya Janaki Nayaka' hero looked huge with a perfectly sculpted body. His macho personality has been used to the maximum extent and the action scenes are going to be the biggest highlight of the movie. The teaser definitely looks great but the Telugu audience may find it difficult to enjoy it as they have already seen Prabhas and Rajamouli giving their best in the original. Let us wait and see how the Northern audience embrace this remake of 'Chatrapathi'.

Nushratt Bharuccha is the heroine in this movie. Dr. Jayantilal Gada of Pen Studios is producing the project, while Dhaval Jayantilal Gada and Akshay Jayantilal Gada of Pen Marudhar Cine Entertainment will distribute the movie worldwide. KV Vijayendra Prasad who penned the story for the original is the writer for the remake version as well. Nizar Ali Shafi who worked for several Telugu and Tamil movies cranked the camera, while Bollywood's upcoming composer Tanishk Bagchi scores the music. The cast includes Sreenivas Bellamkonda, Sahil Vaid, Amit Nair, Rajendra Gupta, Shivam Patil, Swapnil, Ashish Singh, Mohammad Monajir, Auroshika Dey, Vedika, Jason and others.

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