Chiranjeevi Sarja is awaiting the release of his action-packed commercial family drama, Sinnga, and is excited about it. Expectations are high on this film as he will be teaming up with Vijay Kiran who had directed him earlier in Ramleela. Uday Mehta is bankrolling the film under his banner. Speaking about Sinnga in an interview to Cinema Express, Chiranjeevi said that it will have all the elements that one would look for in a film.
Adding more about the film, Chiranjeevi said, â€śFor the past 40 years, commercial entertainers havenâ€™t changed at all, except for the budget, which has increased by a huge margin. Otherwise, there is a general regular format in commercial films across all languages, with the hero pushing down the villain, fighting for justice, and the hurdles he faces. However, Sinnga makes a difference, for it blends in the character of a mother in the story, which comes with some twists and turns.â€ť
On his action avatar, the actor said, â€śIf it is only about me, I would have tried and tested different genres. But I am doing it for the audience. I believe half the success comes from giving people what they like to see. If they like to see action from me, I should cater to their needs.â€ť It may be noted here that Chiranjeevi is the nephew of Action King Arjun Sarja.
Sharing screen space with Chiranjeevi in this film is Aditi Prabhudeva. The star cast also includes Tara and Ravi Shankar in supporting roles. Dharma Vish has composed the tunes for this flick with Kiran Hampapura cranking the camera and Ganesh Mallaiah editing it.
Chiranjeeviâ€™s last outing was Amma I Love You, which was the remake of the hit Tamil movie Pichaikaran starring Vijay Anthony. Meanwhile, Chiranjeevi has a slew of Kannada films needing his attention. He has Khaki, Jugari Cross, Ranam, Rajamarthanda and Aa Kshana in different stages of production.
While the film Khaki seems to be a cop story according to the title, we hear that it is not so. Reports confirm that Chiranjeevi will be playing a cable operator in the film. Khaki comes with the tagline: The Power of Common Man, indicating that it will deliver a social awareness message.
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