Megastar Looks Royal in the Godfather first look

on Jul 4, 2022

Megastar Looks Royal in the Godfather first look

Godfather, the highly anticipated film starring Megastar Chiranjeevi and directed by Mohan Raja and produced on a grand scale by Konidela Production Company and Super Good Films, is nearing completion.


The film Godfather has generated a lot of excitement since its announcement, as the Telugu audience, particularly Mega fans, have been eagerly anticipating the Megastar's look and avatar in the film. After months of waiting, the first look at Godfather is finally released today.


In the first look of Godfather, Chiranjeevi appears to be a royal. Chiru is seen arriving in a car for a party gathering in the first glimpse, which was also released. He is helped by Sunil. The makers also added a tagline to the first glimpse to elevate the megastar to the role of Godfather. The tagline reads, "The boss is here to rule forever."


Salman Khan, the Bollywood superstar, plays an important role. The two megastars will be featured in an atom bombing swinging song in the film. Prabhu Deva choreographed this spectacular dance sequence, and SS Thaman composed the music.


Nayanthara will play a vital role, and Puri Jagannadh will play a key role. Satya Dev also has a full-length role in the film. The camera is handled by master cinematographer Nirav Shah, while the art director is Suresh Selvarajan.The film is produced jointly by RB Choudary and NV Prasad, while Konidela Surekha is presenting it.

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