‘Good Luck Sakhi,’ billed as a female-oriented script, is set to hit theatres on January 28. Keerthy Suresh plays a sharpshooter in the Nagesh Kukunoo directed film. It’s a multilingual film that was shot in Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam at the same time.
At the pre-release event for Good Luck Sakhi, Ram Charan and Keerthy Suresh dance to the song Naatu Naatu.
On January 28, Keerthy’s film will be released in theatres.
At the event for the actress’ upcoming film ‘Good Luck Sakhi,’ Ram Charan and Keerthy Suresh surprised their fans with an impromptu dance. The event’s chief guest was Ram Charan, who wished the ‘Good Luck Sakhi’ team good luck and danced to the famous ‘Naatu Naatu’ song from Rajamouli’s upcoming magnum opus ‘RRR’. It was a visual feast to watch them perform the iconic dance step while the audience cheered. The same video has since gone viral on social media.
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The Keerthy-pre-release starrer’s event took place in Hyderabad. The event witnessed an ensemble of stars. Ram Charan, who spoke at the pre-release event, said that his father Chiranjeevi was supposed to attend because he always wanted to congratulate the team — ‘Good Luck Sakhi.’ The megastar has tested positive for COVID 19. For the uninitiated, the megastar has tested positive for COVID 19. Chiranjeevi announced on Wednesday that he has been quarantined at home and is suffering from mild coronavirus symptoms.
‘Good Luck Sakhi,’ billed as a female-oriented script, is set to hit theatres on January 28. Keerthy Suresh plays a sharpshooter in the Nagesh Kukunoo directed film. Shravya Varma, the film’s co-producer, is proud of the film’s female-dominated crew.
In ‘Good Luck Sakhi,’ Keerthy Suresh plays a village girl, and Adi Pinishetty, Jagapathi Babu, and others play important roles. It’s a multilingual film that was shot in Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam at the same time. Dil Raju is presenting the film, which is being produced by Sudheer Chandra Padiri under the Worth A Shot Motion Arts banner. Devi Sri Prasad composed the music, and Chirantan Das directed the film.