A deep dive into the narrative structure of “SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy”


By Dr. Shrawan Kumar Aerrola

SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy has been MegaStar Chiranjeevi garu’s dream project since the last decade & a half & now finally , this Magnum Opus has finally hit the theaters. Before I deep dive into the narrative structure & of SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy I want to let the readers know that this think piece is written from a perspective of a film lover, I’m neither a fanatic nor a hater of Chiranjeevi garu, I love him as much as any other average Telugu movie goer, so rest assured, this piece isn’t going to pander or spew vitriol.

Making movies in general is a tough task let alone making movies of this scale & grandeur, that thought hasn’t been lost up on me as I write this. Every movie lover should appreciate the effort that goes into making movies of such scale, that being said, let me walk you through the gamut of emotions that this movie throws at us via the narrative structure , characters & the decisions they take.

Let’s analyze the screenplay of the film & what I liked about it–


The writing team of this movie has decided to majorly lean on a particular type of narrative device to propel the story forward, for the lack of better terms i shall call that device “The Setup & The Payoff” but it also goes by many other names such as as “Foreshadowing” or if you’re really well versed with the parlance of story telling, you may call it “The Chekhov’s Gun” . what happens in this sort of narrative is that they setup a particular character to do or go through something either via dialogue, action,prop or sometimes via visual cues etc. & they circle back to it at some point later in the film to it’s logical conclusion which reveals the setup’s significance, this is called a payoff. This type of narrative device is very common & writers have been using it since time immemorial & it is very effective as it forms the connective thread which holds up the film together & if done right it will resonate with the audience emotionally and gives them a sense of closure after they’re done watching the film. Now merely setting up & delivering the payoff isn’t enough to make a screenplay compelling, both the setup & the payoff should come at strategic moments in the film & the latter should be propelling the character to a dizzying heights or abysmal lows which makes the movie all the more interesting. This film gets it right most of the time, no wonder when the end credits roll we are overcome by a sense of joy of watching a finely crafted film especially from a narrative point of view. Let us go through the various setups & their payoffs.

1 ) The first setup comes in the form of a verbal cue & this happens with in the first few seconds after the movie has begun, I’m talking about the first scene where Jhansi Laxmi is rallying her soldiers to boost up their morale where she says that a real warrior wouldn’t let go off his/her sword even if they were decapitated in the battle, the payoff comes right in the end when Narasimha Reddy manages to have the last laugh by fatally plunging his sword into Cochrane & his lackey despite being beheaded in the process, it is at this point Narasimha Reddy transcends from being a mere mortal & becomes a symbolic representation of how a warrior ought to be, hence the director uses a silhouette shot as a silhouette emphasizes the act rather than the person.

2 ) The second instance is during the birth of Narasimha Reddy, he was thought to be a stillborn baby but the baby comes back to life & that auspicious day happens to be “Karthika Pournami” & this moment is brought to a full circle where it is on that very same day where Narasimha Reddy’s sojourn as a rebel comes to an end as he is captured on the mountain summit after having lit the fire for one last time, perhaps it alludes to the metaphorical fire he has lit in the hearts of his fellow country men/women?

3 ) The entire speech given by Amitabh ji is one huge foreshadowing, especially the part where he says that it’s not about killing or dying but it’s about winning & true to his word Narasimha Reddy depsite being martyred has achieved symbolic victory.

4 ) Laxmi sees Narasimha Reddy for the first time when she’s underwater & in an ironic payoff, the last time she utters his name is before she engulfed in flames.

5 ) In the very first scene where Narasimha Reddy is introduced we’re told that the reason he can hold his breath for extended periods of time is because he mastered the art of “Jala Sthambhana Vidya” & this setup is paid off in the end when Narasimha Reddy is able to survive the hanging & break free of the noose courtesy of his mastery of the above mentioned skill.

6 ) The conflict with Avuka Raju is setup so as to provide an antagonist to Narasimha Reddy but in an ironic payoff in the end, Avuka Raju proves to be the biggest proponent of Narasimha Reddy’s crusade.

7 ) When Narasimha Reddy explains to the little kid about fighting for your right while feeding him & it’s payoff when the very same kid defies Jackson to hold onto their farm produce , this is a stroke of genius where both the setup & the payoff act as turning points, the former acts as an inciting incident to the entire movie itself where Narasimha Reddy moved by the plight of the people tells Raghu Babu that they wouldn’t be paying the taxes which brings Jackson into the fray & the payoff loops back to remove Jackson from the equation as it’s the death of the very same kid that pushes Narasimha Reddy to kill Jackson. It’s no wonder that this the second most exciting sequence (the climax being the first) in the film, the writing team nailed this payoff.

8 ) Cochrane introduces the Character of Jackson as a hunter & in another ironic payoff the last time we see Jackson, his head is snatched off by the Jaguar. The hunter has become the prey.

9 ) When Jackson challenges Subbaiah to outrun his horse for him to reclaim their lands & how Narasimha Reddy flips it by using the very same horse which was a source of Jackson’s pride to be the source of Jackson’s shame.

When people complain that the first half of this movie was little lackluster it’s because the movie is taking it’s time to set things up so that they can be paid off in a rousing fashion, I think we as an audience need to develop little patience as instant gratification doesn’t always bode well if you seek to witness an epic story.

The very same people praise the second half of the movie for it’s kinetic pace, it’s because it is where the most of the payoffs happen like the post interval confrontation b/w Cochrane & Narasimha Reddy, Avuka Raju’s turn around, Laxmi’s comeback in a new capacity which echoes Narasimha Reddy’s wishes for her & her art. The only new setup that’s introduced in the second half is the whole arc of how Narasimha Reddy chose to deal with the traitors & the arc of Veera Reddy & his son & how the British were smart enough to exploit it. Even this set up & payoff are wrapped up in quick successions so as not to drag it out & dull down the proceedings. In fact the entire second half of the movie is one big action episode with some character moments sprinkled in between so as not to fatigue the audience, for example , how the rebellion sniffs out the traitors amongst them, this again is another payoff courtesy of Avuka Raju’s character. The writers left no stone unturned to milk every last drop of goosebump inducing moments out of the screenplay, especially in the second half & they succeed for most of the time but appear forced at times.

Since we’ve talked about what worked in the film, let’s also talk about what didn’t work for me in the film —

1 ) As I mentioned above, certain moments & emotions appear forced, where do they appear forced you may ask? take the whole Veera Reddy betrayal saga, now on the surface of it, the whole arc is heartbreaking & tear inducing but look deeper & you will see outright manipulation. Manipulation & deception work extraordinarily well when we can’t sense that they’re actually happening but once you’re cognizant of it, it takes you out of the movie watching experience & hence appear forced. when Narasimha Reddy goes for the kill of veera reddy’ son, we cut away from it, now anyone with minimal knowledge about cinema knows that such cuts are highly suspicious, it implies that the director is hiding something, in this case it’s the fact that Veera Reddy’s son is not dead. when in the end it’s revealed that Narasimha Reddy spared Veera Reddy’s sons life, One can see this coming from a mile away there by giving us a feeling that this was done only to manipulate us into feeling sorry for Narasimha reddy when he gets betrayed by his trusted aide for something he didn’t even do. I’m not even gonna go into the logic of the whole sequence, as in how Veera Reddy or others didn’t even try & see the bodies or how is it that the rebellion didn’t send the bodies of these traitors to the EIC (East India Company) so as to send a strong message to EIC to not to mess with them. I won’t go there because one can’t be too stuck up on logic when watching a “mass entertainer” . But my gripe is with the haphazard way it was executed, what should’ve been an emotional punch to the gut ends up looking shoe horned to garner maximum sympathy. Thank god for the impeccable acting prowess of Chiranjeevi garu that this sequence didn’t look outright silly.

2 ) I also didn’t like how the relationship dynamics were always skewed towards Narasimha Reddy when it came to his equation with the female protagonists. The writers seem to have exclusively focused on Narasimha Reddy’s character & denied his female counterparts their moments .This is true especially in the case of Laxmi’s character, now i’m not one of those self proclaimed “woke” guys but would it hurt to have a single compelling female character in a movie? people are under the assumption that Laxmi’s character is one such type, a fierce & strong character, but if you take a look at her characters trajectory you will see why it’s not the case. One of the primary requisites of a strong character is to have agency, the freedom of choice, Laxmi lacks it completely. All her major character choices are determined either by Narasimha Reddy (her deciding to become a performing activist ) or her circumstances which again were a result of not her actions but Narasimha Reddy’s actions (her getting captured just because she is Narasimha Reddy’s object of affection). Even the one shining moment in which Laxmi sacrifices her self is upstaged by Narasimha Reddy when she says that “Her body is only for Narasimha Reddy”, now why do the writers go above & beyond to make everything be about the main character? why can’t they let the other characters have their own moment with out evoking the omnipotent aura of the Narasimha Reddy? The sole purpose of Siddhamma’s character is to disrupt Narasimha Reddy’s pursuit of Laxmi which in turn compels him to push Laxmi to become a performing activist which again is paid off in the second half.

3 ) why was Vijay Setupathi wasted in such an insignificant role? instead of generic Ravi Kishan he should’ve played the traitor, but I guess the makers didn’t want to rub the Tamil audience the wrong way.

4 ) The primary reason behind filling up this movie with so many characters seems to be that it would give the film a larger than life feel to it. How is it that the writing team forgot that it’s not the volume of the characters but the quality of the characters that make the film feel larger than life. what this does is take away the gravitas of the film because there are so many under developed characters on the screen & it also didn’t help that most of the characters are an archetype rather than a properly fleshed out character. obedient wife – check (Nayanthara), a loyal guardian- check (Brahmaji) , token white guys with horrible Telugu accent – check, overly dramatic Indian lackey to the British – check (Raghu Babu), obvious traitor – check (Ravi Kishan). Instead of trying to fill up the screen with as many actors as possible I wish the writers cut down the number of characters that appear on the screen & fleshed out the remaining , especially Cochrane or Jackson, as a history fiend I know that it wasn’t just brute force that put the EIC on the zenith, there were some really smart people operating at the height of their intellect so as to beat us in our own backyard. A battle of wits b/w Narasimha Reddy & one of the English enforcers before the inevitable real battle would’ve taken this film a notch higher.

I didn’t talk about the obvious things about the film like Chiranjeevi garus extraordinary performance, especially in the climax or the superb character of Subbiah or the lavish production values or the dialogues because there are already thousands of people out there singing their praises. My intention in doing this is to shine a light on the backbone of any film, the screenplay writing & it’s impact on the outcome of the film.

By Dr. Shrawan Kumar Aerrola

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‘Sye Raa’ Review – Emotional story of an Unheralded freedom fighter

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Review

Telugu360 Rating: 3.25/5

The wait is finally over.Megastar Chiranjeevi’s highly anticipated ambitious period drama Syeraa Narasimha Reddy is hitting the screens worldwide amid massive expectations.Let’s find out if SyeRaa lives up to the hype and hysteria or not.


The film is based on the Palegar of Rayalaseema , Majjari Narasimha Reddy, who revolted against the atrocities of British Raj in 1847. Narasimha was one of the 61 independent palegars of the region who is under Biritish system and pay taxes. The conflict begins when drought hits seema and the British still insist to pay tax on land. How Narasimha Reddy unites the rest of the palegars , people and revolt against the atrocities , is the rest of the story

Analysis :
Director Surender Reddy opens the story on Jhansi Lakshmi Bai. To inspire her warriors , she narrates story of Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy which happened 10 years prior to her time.

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy has been executed on BIG scale , beginning with showcasing Britishers’ atrocities in the region. Narration is slow paced initially but that is adequate to build up the required emotion against the rulers. As interval approaches the film picks up the pace. The scene in which first time Narasimha Reddy revolts against Officer Jackson came out well , followed by a high intense Interval block. Director surender takes a cue from S.S.Rajamouli here.

Even though Megastar Chiranjeevi shows his age in few scenes, one has to appreciate his conviction and gumption to do this role. Given the age ( 30 years ) of the protagonist in the story , Producer Charan himself would have been T fit for this role. Nevertheless , performance wise chiranjeevi gave his best. His dialogue delivery is good.

Second half starts off with some cinematic elevations and works with masses for 30 minutes. Then onwards back to back fights between Britishers and Renadu area palegars come in sequence.

Most of the action sequences by Greg Powell, Lee Whittaker, Ram-Laxman and A Vijay are far from realisitc, but from mass point of view may be a necessity.

Cinematic liberty in historical films is acceptable , but higher degreee of distortion might not be. When did Narasimha Reddy and troops kill 10,000 British Army ? Killing of so many thousands of British troops would have highlighted Narasimha Reddy on world history books. In addition, the scale of war episodes are mounted as if two gigantic empires ( likes of Maratha Sivaji empire ) are at war.

Factually Narasimha Reddy was hardly a leader for 4-5 Taluks , who majorly performed guerilla warfare. Here we’re not undermining the patriotism of the person, but highlighting the way it has been portrayed and played to galleries.

Another fact is Narasimha’s wife Siddhamma passed away before he was captured by Brits. But , in film she was shown alive when Narasimha was caught

An emotional climax works, but it is coupled with unnecessary mass heroism shots.

Performances :

Frontline stars , actors from all languages have been roped in. Amitab Bachan as Gosai Venkanna , Kicha Sudeep as Avuku Raju , Vijay Sethupati , Jagapathi Babu as Veera Reddy , Nayanatara as Siddhamma ( Narasimha’s wife ) , Thamanna as performer and many others fill the cast and everyone did their job best. Megastar Chiranjeevi as mentioned above, except for his looks , did a good work as protagonist. His dialogue delivery is very good.

Saichand , Jagapathi Babu characters evoke sentiment.

Production values are top notch. Producer Ram Charan goes all in w.r.t. spending. Cinematography , BGM are good and Visual effects are patchy.

Positives :

  • Production Values
  • Intense Interval , Post Interval blocks
  • Megastar’s Presence
  • Narasimha Reddy’s patriotism
  • Ensemble of Stars

Negatives :

  • Slow first half until interval block
  • A Palegar of 3-4 Taluks has been projected as if a king of Maratha empire as such ,especially the war scenes setup.
  • Ample distortion of history


Sye Raa has long been a dream project for Megastar and after watching the movie one can understand why. It is a story of an inspiring freedom fighter with good emotional content.  A commercial hit film that portrays rebellion Narasimha Reddy story effectively. Producer Charan delivers a dream project for his dad with ample help from Director Surender Reddy.

Telugu360 Rating: 3.25/5

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SyeRaa not getting the required buzz

Megastar Chiranjeevi’s magnum opus Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy is being made on a grand scale with huge canvas. Ever since the project has been announced, it has been touted as a pan-India film that will be released in different languages. This is the reason why the makers have roped in an ensemble cast from different languages.

Amithab Bachchan, Vijay Sethupathi, Sudeep and few others are essaying prominent roles in this prestigious big budget entertainer. The first look teaser of the film has managed to grab the headlines in Tollywood for its extravagant visuals and period settings. As the film is touted to be the next Baahubali of Tollywood, it should trigger good buzz in other languages to garner the attention of trade circles. Unfortunately, SyeRaa is not getting due attention from other languages. The reason is said to be the lackluster promotions from team SyeRaa.

Recently, Amithab Bachchan’s first look poster has been unveiled for his birthday. A small motion poster has also been released. But, there is only lukewarm response for the look. There is hardly any buzz generated for the film in Bollywood after the release of Amithab’s look. Analysts felt that the makers of SyeRaa should have released a small teaser to introduce Amithab’s character in the film.

As SyeRaa is made on a whopping budget, the theatricals and other rights in Telugu alone cannot recoup the producers investment. So, it should create a massive buzz in other languages to do a strong pre release business. So, team SyeRaa should come up with aggressive promotional content and novel ideas to generate good hype in Hindi, Tamil and Kannada.

Surender Reddy is the director and Ram Charan is producing the film.

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First Look : Big B as Gosayi Venkanna


Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan has turned a year old on Thursday and so the team of ‘Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’ has unveiled his look from the movie.

Big B said to be essaying the role of Gosayi Venkanna, mentor to Narasimha Reddy in the movie and he sported long hair and beard. It’s a typical get up and his costumes too look old school. The senior Bachchan did take part in his portion of the shoot earlier this year in March and back then, he shared couple of images in his social media which went viral.

‘Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’ is based on the Telugu freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy and Megastar Chiranjeevi is essaying the lead role under Surender Reddy’s direction.

Currently the film’s shooting is progressing in Georgia wherein a huge war episode is being canned. ‘Sye Raa’ is aimed for Summer 2019 release.

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SyeRaa first look : Chiru’s intense avatar as Uyyalawada


The first look of Megastar Chiranjeevi from the upcoming period film SyeRaa is out on the eve of his birthday.

The poster features Chiranjeevi in an intense and dauntless avatar as Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy, the unsung freedom fighter of Kurnool. Chiru gets a stunning makeover with long hair and fiery look as he wields a sword in a war episode against the Britishers.

Directed by Surender Reddy, the film glorifies the untold story of Uyyalawada and the story is set against the backdrop of British era. The swashbuckling teaser has received a thumping response for Chiranjeevi’s awe-inspiring screen presence and the terrific presentation by the director. It has already clocked more than 5 Million digital views in social media.

The film boasts an ensemble cast in the form of Amithab Bachchan, Vijay Sethupathi, Kicha Sudeep and Nayanatara. Ram Charan is producing the film on a grand scale.

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Sye Raa moves to Ramoji film city


Megastar Chiranjeevi’s prestigious movie Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy shooting moved to Ramoji film city. The movie is based on freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy and is star-studded. Currently unit is shooting a few action sequences in RFC. Scenes involving Jagapathi Babu, Nayanatara and Chiranjeevi are being shot by director Surender Reddy.

Earlier, the unit has shot action sequences in 35 day schedule. Also, it is reported in news that Telangana Government Revenue Officials have destroyed a set of Sye Raa as it was constructed without permission. Later it was revealed that the place has several court cases pending on it and Sye Raa unit has already finished the scenes planned in that set and so there was no loss to the makers.

Sye Raa shooting is going on briskly and makers are planning for Summer 2019 release.

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Sai Chand joins ‘Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’


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After making his comeback in last year’s super hit ‘Fidaa’, actor Sai Chand, we’ve learnt, is on board essaying a key role in megastar Chiranjeevi-starrer anticipated movie ‘Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’. The actor, who made his debut with ‘Maa Bhoomi’ in 1980, was bowled over by the script and his part especially, before agreeing to join the ensemble drama, which chronicles the epic story of Kurnool-based freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy.

“Everyone knows how selective Mr. Sai Chand is and his filmography is a testimony to it. It’s the role and the fact that it’s a patriotic drama on late freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy who fought the British valiantly much before the Sepoy Mutiny, that led him to say yes to the project. In the film, he’d be seen as a part of Narasimha Reddy’s trusted team and he even participated in the almost finished key fight sequence that was shot at Kokapet, Hyderabad,” said a source close to the team.
‘Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’, with Surendar Reddy in the director’s chair, is bankrolled by Ram Charan under his banner Konidela Production Company on a whopping budget of Rs 200 crore. Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan will be seen in a cameo in the film, while the likes of Nayantara, Sudeep, Vijay Sethupati, Brahmaji and Jagapathi Babu will be seen in pivotal roles. It is dated for a next summer release.

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Superstar all set to join the sets of Syeraa


Amitabh Bachchan to join on the sets of Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy

Megastar Chiranjeevi’s prestigious project Syeraa is currently under shoot and Surendar Reddy is directing this periodic epic. There have been wide speculations about the film but the makers along with the team of Syeraa have been busy planning their next schedule. The first schedule has been wrapped in December and the next one will commence from February. Big B Amitabh Bachchan will be playing a pivotal role in the film and he is all set to join the sets of the prestigious project from February. Big B will play the Guru of Chiranjeevi who is essaying Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy, a freedom fighter in the film.

A reliable source from Konidela Production Company informed that Big B is very much in the project and is eager to join the sets. Amitabh will even participate in the Rajasthan and the Kerala schedules that will start soon. Megastar’s look has been kept under wraps and some crucial episodes on the lead cast will be shot in the next schedule. With the film’s composer AR Rahman walking out of the project, the makers are in hunt for a composer who can do justice for this periodic drama. Made on a massive budget, Charan is producing the film on Konidela Production Company.

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Key Character Disclosed From Sye Raa


Vijay Sethupathi role in Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy

Mega Star Chiranjeevi’s upcoming period drama Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy is one of the most anticipated movies in Telugu film circuits. Apart from the mega tag, world-class technicians even the huge casting that includes big names like Amithab Bachchan, Kicha Sudeep, Vijay Sethupati from different film industries are making expectations sky high. Here is the latest update about the project where a key character is disclosed from Sye Raa.

As per inside sources, Vijay Sethupathi is portraying the character of Obayya and it’s a full-length role that carries more runtime than other actors in the movie. Special attention is taken on inking the role along with designing unique costumes for the Tamil actor. Results in the trail shoots in the combination of Chiru and Vijay Sethupathi looked fantastic added sources. Vijay Sethupathi is making his debut into Telugu film industry with Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy next year. Keep watching the space for more updates folks.

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SyeRaa to kick start in Aluminium factory shortly

SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy to kick start in Aluminium factory shortly

Megastar Chiranjeevi’s big budget magnum opus SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy, which chronicles the life history of unsung freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy, is all set to kick start its shooting from today morning in Hyderabad.

The opening shot will be canned exactly at 7:30 AM today morning in Aluminium factory and it will feature Chiranjeevi, Brahmaji and few other artists. Directed by Surender Reddy, SyeRaa will boast an ensemble cast in the form of Amithab Bachchan, Kicha Sudeep , Vijay Sethupati Nayanatara and Dasari Arun Kumar to name a few.

Ratnavelu will crank the camera and the music composer is yet to be finalized after AR Rahman’s sudden exit. Ram Charan will bankroll the film on Konidela Productions Banner in collaboration with Lyca Productions.

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SyeRaa : Confusion due to lack of communication

Reasons Behind Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy movie delay

Megastar Chiranjeevi’s magnum opus Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, which was launched in August, was supposed to go on floors by this time. However, the start has been deferred due to several reasons. Since the past one week there have been unconfirmed reports that the film will commence from the first week of December. But, close sources revealed that confusion is still prevailing among the team members regarding the shooting schedules.

It is learnt that the makers are yet to plan the schedules and the cast and crew has no communication on the start date. Also, it is heard that they haven’t locked the dates of key stars who are going to be a part of this big budget project which might be the reason for the delay.

Ram Charan, who is one of the producers for SyeRaa, is currently busy wrapping up his upcoming film Rangasthalam. Earlier there were reports that he will oversee SyeRaa shooting schedules after completing Rangasthalam. But, now is it is heard that Charan might kick start the shooting for his next project soon after completing Rangasthalam. So, it looks like SyeRaa start might be delayed further.

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Huge Star Cast and top Technicians for Megastar’s SYE RAA NARASIMHA REDDY


Megastar Chiranjeevi is all set for his 151st film which has been launched recently. The motion poster of the film has been unveiled along with the film’s title on the eve of his birthday. The movie has been titled Syeraa Narasimha Reddy and the motion poster has been unveiled at 12.25 PM. The motion poster showcases the glimpses of the British era coming to an end and Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy leading the battle.

Indian Superstar Big B Amitabh Bachchan will play a pivotal role in the movie and Nayanthara is the female lead. Jagapathi Babu, Kicha Sudeep and Vijay Sethupathy will essay the other important roles. Top technicians like AR Rahman, Ravi Varman, Rajeevan and Paruchuri Brothers have been roped in for the movie, which will be helmed by Surendar Reddy. Charan will bankroll the movie on Konidela Production Company banner.

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