Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

The curtain over Tollywood Megastar Chiranjeevi in the ambitious pan-India movie Bramhastra is lifted. The Ayan Mukerji dream project is getting more star-studded. When a euphoria over Chiru joining the bandwagon had created a frenzy, a revelation has come out.

Ending all speculations, the makers of the much-awaited magnum opus 'Brahmastra Part 1: Shiva' have finally revealed about the inclusion of the Megastar in the movie.

The official trailer of the first part will be released on June 15. 

While an ensemble cast of Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Mouni Roy, and Nagarjuna Akkineni have important roles in the movie, inclusion of the Telugu megastar will certainly level up the anticipation. 

The Bramhastra has brought on board a galaxy of India's top-rated stars - all a legend on their own. And, after Chiranjeevi has agreed to lend his voice to Ayan Mukerji's upcoming epic movie 'Brahmstra Part 1: Shiva' movie as well as for the trailer in Telugu, his fans and movie lovers have started celebrations.

As shared by the movie's helmer Ayan Mukerji, the 'Acharya' actor has wrapped up the dubbing part for the 'Brahmasta Part 1: Shiva' trailer in Telugu.

Ayan shared a video on Instagram and captioned it: "I have met Chiranjeevi Garu on just two occasions - once with Ranbir when we asked him to lend his voice for Brahmāstra in Telugu, and once when we recorded his iconic voice a few days ago - but the feeling he has left me with, will last forever."

Further, the post read: "A Mega Star with Magic Energy - He made me feel so warm and so welcome, and was so positive about Brahmāstra - I cherish deeply having had the privilege to have met him on this journey ! With utmost respect (and excitement)... I feel honoured to share that Chiranjeevi Garu is lending his Voice to our movie, and our Trailer in Telugu. To be in the Dub Studio with him, and to listen to his voice on our Trailer - will be one of my favourite memories on Brahmāstra!"


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The magnum opus is produced by Star Studios, Dharma Productions, Prime Focus, and Starlight Pictures. The movie's theatrical release date is locked for September 9. The movie will simultaneously release in five languages, i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.

Notably, Baahubali and RRR fame SS Rajamouli presents the film in all four South Indian languages - Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.


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