The trailer for ‘Waltair Veerayya,’ starring Chiranjeevi, Shruti Hassan, and Ravi Teja, has been released.

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The trailer for ‘Waltair Veerayya,’ starring Chiranjeevi, Shruti Hassan, and Ravi Teja, has been released.

The trailer for megastar Chiranjeevi’s long-awaited film ‘Waltair Veerayya’ has been out, and it looks enjoyable in every way. Chiru’s seamless action-comedy character takes centre stage in the trailer, as expected.

Waltair Veerayya: Here's when Chiranjeevi, Ravi Teja's much-awaited action  flick will hit the screens

The video teases the action entertainer with an intriguing plot. The film’s trailer is nearly three minutes long and packed with action and Chiru’s distinct brand of amusing humour. A thundering background score, romance, and Chiru’s humorous flair with a splash of emotion are all present. According to the trailer, the film will be a great blend of action, comedy, and romance.

The film reunites Chiranjeevi and Shruti Haasan for the first time, with Bobby (KS Ravindra) taking on the role of director. According to the trailer, their camaraderie and chemistry throughout the film will keep fans fascinated. The picture comes across as healthy entertainment, with humour, high-voltage action, colourful romance, and heart-warming emotions. Watch the ‘Waltair Veerayya’ trailer here:

The film is produced by Mythri Movie Makers and stars Ravi Teja, Catherine Tresa, Bobby Simha, Rajendra Prasad, Vennela Kishore, Srinivasa Reddy, and Pradeep Rawat. Urvashi Rautela will appear in the film in a special dance number. Devi Sri Prasad composed the music for the film. The technical team includes cameraman Arthur A. Wilson and editor Niranjan Devaramane. The much-anticipated action comedy entertainer is planned to hit theatres on Sankranti, January 13, 2023.







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