Was excited but also under pressure: Karan Singh Chhabra on working on Chatrapathi
The film is directed by VV Vinayak. It is a remake of SS Rajamouli’s 2005 film of the same name
Actor Karan Singh Chhabra who will be seen next in the upcoming pan India film Chatrapathi, recently spoke about his experience of working in the film. The actor will be seen in an antagonist role in the Bellamkonda Sreenivas headliner.
The film is directed by VV Vinayak. It is a remake of SS Rajamouli’s 2005 film of the same name.
While sharing his experience of working on such a big project, Karan said, "When I first got to know that Rajamouli Sir's name is associated with this project and a filmmaker like VV Vinayak, who has given super hits in the south, is making it I was delighted."
Ahead of this, the actor shared his experience of shooting for the film, saying, "While shooting in Hyderabad many senior actors told me that this is not a normal villain, this is a dream role for any actor as there is so much to do. I was excited and of course under some pressure at the same time."
Chatrapathi also stars Sahil Vaid, Amit Nair, Rajendra Gupta, Shivam Patil, Swapnil, Ashish Singh, Mohammed Monajir, Vedika and Jason in supporting roles. The film is slated to release on May 12.