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'Godfather' Trailer: Brings out a refreshing version of Chiranjeevi

Thursday, September 29, 2022 • Telugu Comments
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The trailer for 'Godfather' is a treat. Ahead of the film's theatrical release on October 5, it sufficiently creates interest in its genre (political action thriller) and its hero.

The remake of 'Lucifer' (Malayalam) seems to have been made with all honesty, respecting the original version's plot-heavy nature without diluting the impact. Visuals of a stern Nayanthara (as a contender to the chair of the Chief Minister) appear before the arrival of the Megastar with a bang.

Chiranjeevi gets introduced as Brahma, "the most dangerous and mysterious man". Wearing a prisoner's uniform (the number is unmistakable 786), he delivers a meta line: "I have stayed away from politics, but politics doesn't leave me."

Satyadev Kancharana looks confident in the role of a villain with links to shady networks. The clash between him and Brahma is going to be one between a "Baccha" and a titan. Salman Khan makes a belated but dazzling entry, finally revving up action and uttering a sentence that alludes to the film's title.

Murali Sharma and Samuthirakani have got more important parts than Sunil. Hidden from the trailer is Puri Jagannadh, who plays a journalist.

With music by Thaman and cinematography by Nirav Shah, the dialogues have been penned by Lakshmi Bhupala.

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