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'Good Luck Sakhi' is a meaningful sports romedy: Ram Charan


Ram Charan on Wednesday attended the pre-release event of 'Good Luck Sakhi' (releasing in theatres on January 28) in Hyderabad to promote the Keerthy Suresh-starrer. An entertaining feature of the event was the 'Acharya' actor shaking a leg with the 'Mahanati' actress. The duo danced for 'Naatu Naatu' from 'RRR'.

When it was her turn to speak, the 'Miss India' actress said that 'Good Luck Sakhi' came her way after 'Mahanati' was released in 2018. Describing it as a fun movie, she added that director Nagesh Kukunoor of 'Hyderabad Blues' fame has made a natural one. "I mouthed dialogues with sync sound for the first time. Thanks to everyone who worked on this movie," she said. Keerthy added that Jagapathi Babu is now a good friend. The 'Peddanna' actress also made a mention of Adhi Pinisetty.

Ram Charan was all praise for Keerthy's talent. Saying that he had arrived there as a messenger of his father, Megastar Chiranjeevi, the Mega Power Star said, "I have come to convey his blessings. It is not easy for young producers like Shravya and Sudhir to reach this level."

Lauding the talent of the director, Charan said that 'GLS' can't be called a small film, as it is a meaningful outing. He also spoke about Adhi, who was his brother in Sukumar's hit movie, 'Rangasthalam'.