Ram Charan Launched The Mega Massive Action And Entertaining Trailer Of Bholaa Shankar

27 Jul 2023 77 views
Ram Charan Launched The Mega Massive Action And Entertaining Trailer Of Bholaa Shankar

Megastar Chiranjeevi’s much-awaited flick Bholaa Shankar under the direction of stylish maker Meher Ramesh with Ramabrahmam Sunkara producing it grandly is making enough noise, thanks to aggressive promotions by the makers. After teasing with a teaser and songs, the makers came up with a theatrical trailer today. Global Star Ram Charan launched the trailer.

Bholaa Shankar’s trailer begins on an interesting note with chaotic situations in Kolkata. Many young girls go missing and their parents are in panic, and so is the police department. Despite best efforts, the police can’t find the mastermind behind the kidnaps. Then comes Bholaa Shankar to catch the culprit and also save the girls. After a serious start, the narrative turns entertaining with the entry of other lead characters, one after the other.

Chiranjeevi appeared in a vintage avatar and he shows his mass power yet again. He is equally exceptional in action as well as entertaining sequences. Interestingly, he’s seen imitating Rajesekhar and Pawan Kalyan in different scenes. Tamannaah Bhatia played a lawyer, Keerthy Suresh is Chiranjeevi’s sister and Sushanth as her boyfriend. Vennela Kishore appeared as Bholaa’s senior.

As the trailer suggests, Bholaa Shankar is a mega-mass action and entertainer. Meher Ramesh made sure the movie will equally appeal to the masses as well as family audiences. Dudley’s cinematography is top-notch, wherein Mahati Swara Sagar took the visuals to next level with his lively score.

Anil Sunkara’s AK Entertainments is producing the movie and the production standards are too high. Marthand K Venkatesh takes care of editing and AS Prakash is the production designer. Story supervision by Satyanand and dialogues by Thirupathi Mamidala. Kishore Garikipati is the executive producer.

Bholaa Shankar will release worldwide grandly on August 11th ahead of Independence Day.