Mahesh Babu Produced Biopic Film 'Major' To Release On 2nd July In Cinemas

The South Indian film industry had indicated the Tamil film master to pick up the pace in 2021 by releasing it in theaters on the occasion of Pongal. Now the films are being announced one by one from South Film Industry. The next film in this series is Major, produced by Telugu star Mahesh Babu. Major is the biopic film of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, who was killed in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

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Mahesh Babu announced the release date by tweeting. Mahesh wrote - 2 July 2021 by sharing the new poster of the film. Major's day. In Hindi and Telugu films, Adivi Shesh plays the role of Major Unnikrishnan. The film is directed by Shashi Kiran Tikka. First look posters of Major were released in Hindi and Telugu. In the major, Shobhita Dhulipala and Sai Manjrekar will be seen in important roles.

In a conversation, the film's director Shashi Kiran said - "When this incident happened, none of us were there." We all know what was shown in the news at that time. The biggest challenge is to fill the colors of reality in what we will show through our imagination. It is more challenging to show it as a feature film rather than a documentary film.

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Recalling Adivi Sesha's struggle to get the consent of Major's parents, he said that his father did not believe that someone had been researching Major Sandeep's life for the past 10 years and told a story inspired by his life. Wanted to have. He could not believe that a South Indian boy from Hyderabad, who grew up in the US, could come from there to make a film. Since they did not believe me, my team and I continued to meet Uncle and Aunty, I think after the fourth or fifth time, they started trusting me a little.

Apart from South India, big films like Rana Daggabooty's Hathi Mere Saathi, SS Rajamouli's film RRR, Allu Arjun's Pushpa have been announced in theaters.

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