Chiranjeevi shares a sneak peek of temple town set from Acharya
Giving an insight into India's biggest temple town set, Chiranjeevi is all praise for art director Suresh for giving a magnificent shape to filmmaker Koratala Siva's vision
An extravagant temple town set that sprawls 20 acres has been built for Chiranjeevi's upcoming socio-political entertainer Acharya in the outskirts of Hyderabad. Chiru shared a sneak peek of what went into the making of India's biggest temple town set on social media.
"We have built a huge temple town set with a monumental entrance tower (gaali gopuram) across 20 acres for Acharya. Art director Suresh has given a magnificent shape to my director Koratala Siva's vision. The detailing on the temple is amazing and this creative brilliance is a testament to their supreme conviction. Their work will certainly leave the audience spellbound," says Chiru.
He also thanked his producers for their support. "I thank my producers Niranjan Reddy and Ram Charan for providing all the resources to bring this amazing piece of art into a reality."
Also featuring Kajal Aggarwal and Sonu Sood, Acharya shows Chiru as an ex-naxalite who sets out to conserve natural resources. The film features Ram Charan in a crucial cameo as well.
The makers are planning to release Acharya this summer.