Sye Raa Narasimhareddy Chiranjeevi’s 151st film. The film is being directed by Surender Reddy. The film is based on the life of Udayalavada Narasimhareddi, a renowned freedom fighter and renowned sun. Ram Charan is producing the film. The film was launched on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 under the direction of Conidella Productions. The teaser of the film was released on August 21,2018.
Chiranjeevi Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy has long been in talks to make a film. Tired of failing to negotiate with various producers, Rancharan announced in July 2017 that he would eventually produce the film himself.
“This is going to be one of the biggest films in Telugu cinema history. It has not been allocated a budget.
“You played the role of a warrior in your second film. I have never had the opportunity to do 150 films,” said my father. He was very jealous of this role. Ram Charan said that from that day on, it seems like such a film is being made to make his dream come true.
Can a young director like Surender Reddy take on the responsibility of directing such a huge project? Responding to a question, he said, “We don’t have a talent. We have to do all kinds of films. Ram Charan said.
Asked whether the film was a success, he said: “I don’t care much about Jayapajyagala. I am happy with the outcome because we are trying our best to make my father’s dream come true. He said.
In a similar interview, Surender Reddy said, “We have done a lot of research. The British government has given him a brief account of Narasimha Reddy’s death sentence. It was incredible for me to be in the film. Amitabh Garait just agreed to the film for his own sake. He said.
Amitabh refuses to be paid
Playing only a small role as Chiranjeevi’s teacher, Amitabh refused to pay for his role due to his association with Chiranjeevi. Amitabh gently declined, despite Chiranjeevi’s insistence on receiving remuneration. Hans India, however, said the film industry claims that Chiranjeevi had handed over three crore rupees worth of jewelery to Amitabh.
Motion poster release
Chiranjeevi has released his motion picture poster on the 62nd birthday of Ram Charan Teja on 22nd August 2017. The motion poster begins with the subtitles “The First Man Against British Misconduct, History of the Unknown Warrior to the World” In this motion poster, Narasimha Reddy sees the British flag burning on a fortress, the Indians shouting anti-British slogans on the walls of the fort, the heaps of soldiers who lost their lives in battle under the fortress, from a high place. In the 18th century, the Chiranjeevi wore bows and wielded a sword. Eventually the motion poster ends with the shout of “Sai Ra Ra” while some shouts of “Sai Ra Narasimhareddi”.
The Motion Poster set a record for the Telugu film industry with over a million views within 24 hours of its release.