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Ram Charan turns spiritual: Prays at Chamundeshwari Temple

Monday, December 4, 2023 • Telugu Comments
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Ram Charan, the global star, is currently captivating audiences as he shoots for the much-anticipated "Game Changer" in Mysuru with director Shankar. Taking a break from the intense filming, Charan visited the renowned Sri Chamundeshwari Temple, drawing a crowd of excited fans eager to capture moments with the star against the backdrop of Chamundi Hills. The temple, a significant tourist attraction, witnessed Charan's Sunday visit, where he participated in a puja.

The ensuing buzz around his temple visit reached a crescendo as fans eagerly awaited his exit, capturing the spectacle on video. Draped in a shawl gifted by the temple authorities, Charan left a lasting impression on his devoted fans.

"Game Changer" promises to be a cinematic spectacle, featuring high-octane action scenes crafted by the skilled stunt choreographer Anbariv. Adding to the star-studded cast, Bollywood actress Kiara Advani takes on the role of the female lead opposite Telugu sensation Ram Charan. Accompanying them are stellar actors including SJ Suryah, Jayaram, Sunil, Naveen Chandra, and Meka Srikanth. The musical prowess of S Thaman enhances the movie's allure.

Directed by Shankar, making his Tollywood debut, the film brings together a powerhouse ensemble with Kiara Advani, SJ Suryah, Jayaram, Anjali, Sunil, Srikanth, Samuthirakani, Nassar, Naveen Chandra, Rajeev Kanakala, and Subhalekha Sudhakar playing pivotal roles.

"Game Changer" delves into the political arena, engaging in debates around electoral policies. Shankar's reputation for crafting commercial films with a robust social message is well-established, as seen in his previous work, including the sequel to "Robo," titled "2.0," starring Rajinikanth in the lead role. The convergence of stellar talent and a compelling storyline sets the stage for "Game Changer" to leave an indelible mark on the cinematic landscape.

Ram Charan was last seen in a full length role in Rajamouli's Magnum Opus RRR and later played a cameo in his dad Chiranjeevi's Acharya and did a special song in Salman Khan's Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan.

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