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Festival time for Chiru fans and family

Sankranthi has come in advance to mega fans. There is no end to the celebrations. Boss is back they are dancing. Some of them have burst the crackers saying it is super duper hit for the mega family and fans.

His brother Nagababu was seen going to movie with his jabardast team in one of the theaters. Most of his family members have seen the movie, but they are now seeing with the hungama of the audience in regular theaters.


Mega Star is the happiest man today. After 10 years his 150th movie is a hit and after failing in politics he has won in his own arena that is movies. Movies have been breat and butter to him and finally that has proved right.

Chiranjeevi returned to the silver screen in a full-fledged role with his 150th film, ‘Khaidi No. 150’ after almost a decade and the occasion is almost like a festival for his die-hard fans in the Telugu states and also overseas.


The advance bookings have received a massive response and the film is reportedly set to gross the highest-ever first day collections for a Telugu film at the global box-office.

It might cross the collections of Baahubali also it is reported. It is house full board everywhere and people are using all kinds of influences for a ticket of Khaidi 150.

While a Chiranjeevi release would feel like an unofficial public holiday in the Telugu-speaking regions, several companies in the Gulf, which consists of a significant Telugu-speaking population have also declared a holiday for its employees.


The film has released, unlike the usual Thursday and Firdays to avert a clash with another big film ‘Gautamiputra Satakarni’ starring Nandamuri Balakrishna.

Police are busy with preventing clashes between the fans of the two stars and are hoping to keep the situation in check. Some theatres were vandalised by the fans as they did not screen the Chiranjeevi starer over night. Some of them slept at the theatres to watch the movie early in the morning.


Incidentally, Chiranjeevi’s film is replacing his son Ram Charan’s ’Dhruva’ in the theatres. Ram Charan is also the producer of ‘Khaidi No 150’ and his co-star from films such as ‘Magadheera’, Kajal Aggarwal will be sharing screen space with his father in ‘Khaidi No 150’.



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