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Talented Telugu Actor In KGF: Chapter 2

Rao Ramesh In KGF: Chapter 2

Kannada Actor Yash was turned overnight Super Star in Karnataka after KGF: Chapter 1 and broke the record for the all-time highest grossing Kannada film industry. Now the makers are making KGF: Chapter 2 with a massive budget of approximately Rs 150 Crores. Yash’s elevation as Rocky Bhai was a mass treat to the audience. This thrilling action drama will have top-rated and critically acclaimed actors from all the industries of Indian cinema.

Well, known Tollywood versatile actor Rao Ramesh son of late Rao Gopal Rao landed was acting in a prominent role in  KGF: Chapter 2. Rao Ramesh will start working for his part from August as he already signed the project.

Rao ramesh in kgf chapter 2

KGF: Chapter 2 is slated to release during summer next year. Yash and Srinidhi Shetty are the lead actors in KGF: Chapter 2 which is directed by Prashanth Neel. Bollywood actors Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon will be seen in other important roles. Hombale Films are the producers and Sai Korrapati is said to have acquired the Telugu theatrical rights. Makers are pouring approximately Rs 150 crores  KGF: Chapter 2.

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