Only three days to go for Mahesh Babu's Bharat Ane Nenu! The movie has garnered huge buzz thanks to its political theme and the promising actor-director combo. Fans are looking forward to the actor take on the role fo a Chief Minister. But here's an interesting that has surfaced - Turns out, Mahesh Babu's father, Krishna also played a Chief Minister 34 years ago! In a film titled Mukyamantri, the veteran actor played the role of a CM that also starred Ambica in the lead. The movie was directed by Vijaya Nirmala. To think his son is set to play a CM 34 years later! Looks like playing a Chief Minister runs in the family. Mahesh Babu’s Bharat Ane Nenu passed with ZERO cuts by the Censor Board
Bharat Ane Nenu is set to hit theatres on 20th April. The film is set for a grand premiere on April 19 in the US. As many as 2000 shows have been planned for the day before starting at 3pm. The film will mark Mahesh Babu and Koratala Siva's second collaboration. This time, Mahesh Babu has taken on a powerful role. This movie promises to convey a powerful message along with providing entertainment. The trailer garnered huge buzz thanks to its socio- political theme, He will star opposite Kiara Advani who happens to debuting in Tollywood with this film. The movie has been cleared by the Censor Board with U/A and no cuts. The film's music composed by Devi Sri Prasad has been given a major thumbs up. With an eclectic mix of patriotic background score, groovy numbers and folklore songs, the album has been considered a winner.
The last time Mahesh Babu and Koratal Siva came together, they created Srimanthudu, one of the highest grossing Telugu films in 2015. The movie also starred Shruti Haasan. The actor also won his third SIIMA for this film. Will they manage to strike gold again? We will know in three days!
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