Twitter Can’t Stop Praising Megastar Chiranjeevi’s ‘Khaidi No 150’
Megastar Chiranjeevi and Kajal Agarwal starer ‘Khaidi No 150’ which has hit screens on January 11 has opened to positive reviews as expected and is going ahead to create sensational records. The class and mass audience have given a warm reception to the film. Not only fans, but even celebrities could not stop raving about the film. Before the release of the film, the glitterati of Tollywood like Nagarjuna, Mohan Babu and senior actress Radhika and some others wished for the success of the film.
After the release the film, the Twitter was filled with praises of ‘Khaidi No150’, the comeback film of Megastar Chiranjeevi directed by VV Vinayak. From director Rajamouli to Maruthi this is what Tollywood had to say.
Rajamouli tweeted in his own style saying, “Boss Is Back. Thanks to Chiranjeevi garu for makinghis re-entry to the film industry. We missed you for ten years. Congratulations to Ram Charan for creating records with his very first film. Vinay garu has shown his mettle. No one can do perfect justice to this film than Chiranjeevi.”
Mega fan Harish Shankar has shown his love on Chiranjeevi by changing his profile picture to Chiranjeevi’s photo. He said, “Megastar is doing buss in all areas. I wish he will entertain us for many more years.”
In the same way director Maruthi tweeted, “The film ‘Khaidi No 150’ is not just a 150th film, it has brought good days to the Telugu film industry.”
Santosham Magazine head Suresh Kondeti expressed his happiness saying, “I have watched the film in Kukatpalli. ‘Khaidi No 150’ is an extraordinary film. Nearly after 9 years, Boss came back and di dances and fights in a most amazing way. It’s yet another blockbuster. I has busted ‘Baahubali’ first day collections record. ‘Baahubali-2’ may bust these records. Ram Charan’s apperence in ‘Ammadu lets do kummudu…’ song has shaken Theaters. Each and every scene highlighting farmers’ problems is very heart touching. I am sure ‘Khaidi No 150’ will created new records in Telugu film industry.”