Kannada star Chiranjeevi Sarja is the next generation actor picking up his roles carefully. The young starâ€™s last release Amma I Love You did well at the box office and he is now moving over to his next. Amma I Love You was the remake of the Tamil blockbuster Pichaikaran, starring Vijay Anthony, was written and directed by KB Chaitanya.
Basking in glory over the success of his latest release, Chiranjeevi Sarja has gone ahead to ink a new deal. The film will be directed by V Samudra and Chiru will be sharing the screen space with Chetan Kumar of Aa Dinagaul fame. It is interesting to note that there are reports that Chetan Kumarâ€™s role is bordered on the lines of the revolutionary leader Che Guevara and Chiranjeevi Sarja will be seen playing a cop, an encounter specialist at that.
The film, which has been titled Ranam, will be made in Kannada as well as Telugu. Bankrolled by R Srinivas, Guru Kiran will be composing music for the Kannada version and Niranjan Babu will be cranking the camera. Another piece of information about this film is that its makers are planning to rope in a top hero from Sandalwood to make a cameo appearance and an announcement regarding this will be made officially.
Chiranjeevi Sarja has had three film releases â€“ Samhara, Seizer and Amma I Love You â€“ this year and it looks like Ranam will also make it to the silver screens later this year making it his fourth film release within a year.
It may be mentioned here that Chiru made his acting debut with the 2009 release Vayuputra, which was a remake of the hit Tamil movie Sandaokozhi. Since then, he has mainly starred in remakes churning out hits consistently.
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