Megastar Chiranjeevi is regarded as the father of modern Telugu cinema. The versatile actor constantly strives to enhance the film industry. He will always stand with emerging artists and filmmakers. He helped many artists in the field get started. He became the Telugu film industry’s megastar owing to his formidable on-screen and off-screen persona. His career graph has, however, experienced more lows than highs in recent years. Despite his talent and fame, none of his most recent films have found commercial success. His last movie “Acharaya” turned out to be the biggest failure of his career. Even Ram Charan’s stardom wasn’t enough to preserve the film. Koratala Siva, the director and producer, filed for bankruptcy as a result of Acharya’s failure . Chiru has gone out of luck in recent times.
Surprisingly, Chiranjeevi’s poor luck may be noticed in the movies he’s attempting to promote as well as in his own movies. Chiru is frequently invited to pre-release screenings of several movies because he is the industry leader. He has promoted a few movies recently, including “Laal Singh Chaddah,” “First Day First Show,” and “Pakka Commercial.” Sadly, both critics and viewers trashed each of these movies. The flops were “Laal Singh Chaddha” and “Pakka Commercial,” while “First Day First Show” debuted to poor reviews. In addition, Chiranjeevi lended his voice to the “Brahmastra” trailer. Which has zero hype among the Telugu audience. Many people in the industry are disturbed about these unusual occurrences.
To see things in this superstitious manner, however, is entirely nonsensical when you consider the flip side of the coin. Because an audience will respond favorably to a well-made film with good content, but if the film lacks content, even Megastar Chiranjeevi can’t do anything. That’s how the film business works.
Let’s hope Chiranjeevi finds his luck back.
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