Speech by Ram Charan at Good Luck Sakhi event draws attention, Deets Inside!

Ram Charan's speech at the 'Good Luck Sakhi' event draws attention
Ram Charan honors ‘Good Luck Sakhi’ event (Pic Credit: IANS)

Actor Ram Charan, who attended the pre-release event, praised Good Luck Sakhi. He stated that the sports drama is not a small movie, but a big-ticket movie, with all the talented craftsmen being national award winners.

Ram graced the event as the main guest and appreciated young producers Shravya Varma and Sudheer Chandra for funding this sports drama.

Talking about the director Nagesh Kukunoor, the Magadheera actor named Nagesh who is a pioneer who opened up international content for Indian movies. Ram Charan also appreciated Keerthy Suresh for her efforts. He said that Keerthy did a great job as she put in extra effort in Rayalaseema’s Chittoor dialect in ‘Good Luck Sakhi’.

He wished that the ‘Mahanati’ actress would make many more content-oriented films in the future.

The creators, who had held a pre-release event at Hotel Park Hyatt, Hyderabad, had invited Chiranjeevi, who was unable to attend the event. Instead, he sent his son, ‘RRR’ actor Ram Charan, to the event.

The whole team of ‘Good Luck Sakhi’ praised Ram Charan for attending their pre-release event as Chiranjeevi missed the event due to his health issues.

Keerthy Suresh, on the other hand, had spoken at the event, thanking the entire team for trusting her to take on this role in ‘Good Luck Sakhi’.

The sports drama ‘Good Luck Sakhi’ is all set to hit the screens this Friday.

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