Chiranjeevi Sarja’s film with Naveen Reddy titled Khaki

Naveen Reddy, who is making his directorial debut starring Chiranjeevi Sarja, has been titled as 

Published: 11th February 2019 02:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th February 2019 11:10 AM   |  A+A-

Chiranjeevi Sarja

By Express News Service

Naveen Reddy, who is making his directorial debut starring Chiranjeevi Sarja, has been titled as 
Khaki. With a tagline - The Power of Common Man, the script written by Vidyadhar, will see Chiranjeevi in the role of a cable operator in the film made under Tarun Talkies.

While Chiranjeevi’s other film, Jugaari Cross, directed by T S Nagabharana and produced by Kaddipudi Chandru was launched on Sunday, the muhurath of Khaki will take place today. With music director Ritvik and cameraman Balu on board, the makers are planning to finalise the heroine and the rest of the cast before they start shooting. It is slated to go on the floors in March.

With a handful of projects, Chiranjeevi is looking forward to the release of Rajamarthanda. The other films in line are Aa Kshana, Ranam and Singha, which he plans to complete before he starts concentrating on other projects.   

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