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Sunil To Turn A Comedian Once Again For Mega Star

Sunil To Turn A Comedian Once Again For Mega Star

There is a lot of hullabaloo about Chiranjeevi’s 150th film which is the remake of Tamil smash hit Kathi, is a most anticipated film for the audiences in general and Mega fans in particular and VV Vinayak is presently busy with the preproduction works. Being a prestigious movie, Chiranjeevi wanted that the film had to be something special. He wants that his film should have a comedian like Sunil and he reportedly called him up and invited him to his house. He reportedly asked him that he wanted him to be the comedian to make the film hilarious. Being an ardent fan of Chiranjeevi, Sunil had reportedly accepted the invitation immediately. It may be recalled here that Sunil, before turning a hero, proved himself a star comedian and most of the audiences thought he would give a tough competition to a comedian like Brahmanandam, who is all time great for the current generation. Though he achieved a hero status, Sunil kept his hero image aside and agreed to play comedian role in the Mega Star’s movie. It is worth mentioning here that films with Sunil as hero are turning flops and his time is moving in a lean phase. At this juncture, Sunil turning a comedian again and start second innings as a star comedian is a most welcome feature. Let us wait and watch whether Sunil will continue to remain a comedian or stay as a hero after the Mega Star’s upcoming movie. Another interesting point to mention here is that music sensation Devi Sri Prasad has been roped in as the music composer. If everything goes as expected, the regular shooting of ‘Katthi’ will commence from May. The director went to Nayanatara and offered her the role of heroine in the movie, however, she reportedly demanded Rs 4 crore as remuneration and this had forced the film unit to search for another heroine. Anushka’s name is being considered for the movie. The film unit is yet to finalise the other stars and technicians.

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