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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Acharya teaser: Chiranjeevi rises to fight against injustice

Acharya teaser is out now and a lot is being said about the Chiranjeevi starrer. The Koratala Siva directorial is as interesting as it can get. Though it is a short teaser, it has captured quite a few hearts after all.

As for the Acharya movie teaser, the movie is based out of a religious village that happens to be under attack. In the middle of this, there are people trying to escape, and find the light at the end of the tunnel. And that is exactly when we are introduced to Acharya (played by Chiranjeevi). He is the bearer of justice in the village and the screen turns red, indicating blood bath.

From what we have seen in the teaser, there sure seems to be a lot of violence likely to follow. However, what Acharya stands for, apart from the fight against the bad, is still to be known. In addition, we have Ram Charan narrating the tale, making it all the more grandeur and interesting. The narration says how God will not come down to fight the bad, and sometimes, a comrade will come to the rescue.

Watch the Acharya teaser here:

Chiranjeevi and son Ram Charan are coming together only for the second time. The last time we saw them in the same movie was in Magadheera back in 2009. The father-son duo of Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan will only add another layer to the classic that this film looks like.

With the Acharya movie teaser out now, fans seem to be pumped up about the release as well. Meanwhile, the release date of Acharya has been set to May 13.

As for Ram Charan, he spoke about working with his father and mentioned how it is an honour for him. However, it is only a cameo for the actor and he is thankful to the director for making it happen. As for director Siva, he is also elated about Ram Charan joining the cast of Acharya. As for others, the cast of Acharya also includes Kajal Aggarwal and Sonu Sood.

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