Waltair Veerayya, a movie written and directed by Bobby Kolli, premieres on January 13 worldwide.
There is a lot of interest in Waltair Veerayya and if it will be able to live up to fan expectations now that the trailers for two Sankranthi releases, Veera Simha Reddy and Kalyanam Kamaneeyam, are out and have already made an impression on viewers. Today saw the release of the Chiranjeevi and Ravi Teja starrer’s trailer, one day before its pre-release event. The big-budget comedy, which was written and directed by Bobby Kolli, also features Rajendra Prasad, Catherine Tresa, and Shruti Haasan.
The Waltair Veerayya trailer is intended to be a feast for and by a Chiranjeevi fanatic, delivering a homage to many of the star’s well-known flicks from the 1990s, just like the preceding advertisements and the songs. The title character, played by Chiranjeevi, is presented as an international drug smuggler who is being moved to a different place by a group of police officers, who are instructed to be on watch.
Shruti Haasan is seen as a receptionist offering Chiranjeevi a room with a view as the scene transitions to a foreign setting. He enjoys snapping a few selfies at well-known locations with his companions. There are a few comedic scenes involving the main characters and Catherine Tresa, who portrays a doctor. A personal tragedy causes a twist in the story, and Waltair Veerayya loses control to defend those who are close to him. Vikram, a police officer, joins the scene to restore order.
In the action comedy, Prakash Raj and Bobby Simha play antagonist characters, and the teaser ends with hilarious verbal teasing between Ravi Teja and Chiranjeevi. Waltair Veerayya looks to be an entertaining blend of humour, romance, and action. It’s entertaining to watch Chiranjeevi in full form, with his comic timing and lack of self-importance. This is just the sure thing Chiranjeevi needs to reestablish his endurance at the box office after duds like Acharya and Godfather.
Niranjan Devaramane edited the movie, which was shot by Arthur A. Wilson. The songs for the musical, whose production design was done by AS Prakash, were written by Devi Sri Prasad. The songs’ lyrics were written by several artists, including Ramajogaiah Sastry, Devi Sri Prasad, Chandrabose, Roll Rida, and others. Under the banner of Mythri Movie Makers, the movie was produced by Y Ravi Shankar and Naveen Yerneni.