Senior Actor Rajendra Prasad about Raja The Great Film


Senior Actor Rajendra Prasad about Raja The Great Film

Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja is back with Raja The Great film after two long years.  So people have got huge expectations for this film. The trailer also got the huge response from the fans.The Actor’s last film is power. Raviteja is gonna play the role of a blind person in this film. Raja The Great is receiving many appreciations even before the release.Rajendra Prasad  About Raja The Great Film.Rajendra Prasad also says that Raja The Great is one such kind of film which we have never seen.He plays a key role in this film. This great actor also says that every character in the film has some importance. He praises Ravi Teja characterization in the film.

Though we have seen many films in which actor is blind, Raja The Great is different from those films says the actor. When compared to the new trend of films in this generation, it is a big risk to make such kind of films. Rajendra Prasad says that he has been in the industry for 20years and has never seen a film like Raja The Great before. Anil Raavipudi did a great work in this film says Actor Ravi Teja.

Ani Raavipudi efforts and skills would definitely reflect on the screen says Ravi Teja. Rajendra Prasad and Radhika play important roles in the film. Ravi Teja also says that Mehereen also did a great job. She is now learning to speak Telugu. Ravi Teja says that Mehereen has a great dedication to the work which she does.Dil Raju also says that Raja The Great is definitely a blockbuster hit for Ravi Teja. Raja The Great is gonna release on October 19th on the occasion of Diwali. Hope Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja will be back to form with this film in Tollywood.


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