After a 10-year hiatus, at his residence in Jubilee Hills, the Khaidi walks down with a chest a number 150 in his thoughts and walks free unshackling his decade-long prison of power to speak only about cinema in a very long time. As he sat to interact, he opened the floodgates to a slew of questions for which the audience have been yearning to hear about.
Ahead of the release of Chiranjeevi’s comeback film Khaidi No 150, the actor spoke at length all about his movie ranging from the script to dances and a bit about his political career too. While there was a lot of apprehension among the fans about the Megastar choosing a Tamil film remake as his comeback vehicle, the actor thinks otherwise. “I hunted for a good story for one year. But because of the heavy expectations built on my comeback film, I wanted a more challenging script and role.
The actor further elucidated why he picked A R Murugadoss-directed and Vijay-starrer Kaththi for his re-entry. Though this story is presented in a commercial framework, it is based on the current scenario in the whole country: the alarming issue of farmer’s suicide. The Mega legacy is built on fights and dances. While the former can be assured in Chiru’s film, the actor said the audience will get a glimpse of a new step which is as good as Veena step of Indra and Sixer step of Tagore.