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Huge Fire Accident On Syeraa Sets

Huge Fire Accident On Syeraa Sets

After comeback film of Chiranjeevi’s “Khaidi No 150,” Chiru announced a patriotic and periodic film Syeraa Narasimha Reddy tentatively called Syeraa. Syeraa is in its last schedule of shooting ready for wrapup. Surender Reddy is the director of this directing this periodic drama in which Chiranjeevi is playing renowned freedom fighter Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy.

A huge set has been erected in Mega Producer Allu Aravind’s farmhouse located near Kokapet and the shoot is taking at a brisk pace.  Huge fire accident took place during the early hours of today which left the set in ashes all over. The reasons for the accident are yet to be known. The estimated loss of the fire accident is said to be Rs 2 crores.

Actor Ram Charan is producing this prestigious movie under his Konidela Production Company which is made on a massive budget of Rs 200 crores. The official release date of Syeraa Narasimha Reddy will be announced soon.

Nayanthara is the female lead, Bollywood actor BigB Amitabh Bachchan, Jagapathi Babu and versatile Tamil actor Vijay Sethupathi are playing important roles in SyeRaa.

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