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Venky Mama teaser: Naga Chaitanya’s character will remind you of Vicky Kaushal in Uri

On Saturday, Venky Mama makers shared a teaser giving a glimpse of Naga Chaitanya's character in the film. The film also stars Venkatesh.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
November 24, 2019 11:31:30 am
Naga Chaitanya in Venky Mama teaser Naga Chaitanya shares the screen space with Venkatesh in Venky Mama.

Naga Chaitanya’s Venky Mama is one of the most awaited films in Tollywood. For the first time, the actor will share screen space with his real-life uncle and actor Venkatesh.

So far, the title track and teasers of the film had showed us how the film will revolve around Venkatesh’s character. However, a new teaser released by the makers will surely make the fans curious.

On Naga Chaitanya’s birthday, Venky Mama makers shared a clip that dives into the actor’s character in the film. At the beginning of the video, we see Naga Chaitanya sharing with his uncle aka Venky Mama, details about his love life. We are introduced to the ‘fun side’ of Chay’s character. However, by the second half of the video, we see Chaitanya as an army man serving the nation. We see the actor in a never-seen-before avatar.

In some glimpses and moments, the angry young man Chaitanya reminds us of Vicky Kaushal from Uri: The Surgical Strike.

Jointly produced by Daggubati Suresh Babu and TG Vishwa Prasad under Suresh Productions and People Media Factory banners respectively, Venky Mama has been directed by KS Ravindra (Bobby).

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On the work front, Venkatesh will be seen in the Telugu remake of Bollywood hit De De Pyaar De while Naga Chaitanya is busy with the shoot of the yet-to-be-titled film under the direction of Sekhar Kammula.

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