KM Chaitanya, Chiranjeevi Sarja Team up Again

The director-actor duo are currently in London shooting for a yet-to-be-titled film whose details are under wraps.

Published: 04th May 2016 03:23 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th May 2016 03:23 AM   |  A+A-


Chiranjeevi Sarja is currently in London shooting for a yet-to-be-titled film. He is putting updates on it on his Twitter account for his followers, but without revealing any details of the movie.

Interestingly, according to our sources, director KM Chaitanya is helming Chiru's film. The duo are associating for the second time after

KM.jpgAatagara. "Chaitanya has been in London for the last fifteen days, and will be there with the film crew till the month end. Since they have  signed a non-disclosure agreement with the producers, neither he nor Chiru is allowed to talk about the film. More details will be revealed by the director once he gets a green signal from his producer," our source says.

However, a tweet by Chiranjeevi on April 27 reads 'Day 6 shoot at London', which he has addressed to the director, actress

Sharmiela Mandre and Yogish Dwarakish. It only hints that Sharmiela is paired opposite Chiranjeevi, which is most probably produced by Yogish.

If not, we are yet to find out how the latter two are associated with the film.

This will be Chaitanya's fifth film and next after Aatagara.

Meanwhile, Chiru has waited for a long time to sign the right film, which he seems to have found in Chaitanya's project.

We now wait for more details to be revealed from their end.


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