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Touch Chesi Chudu teaser out: Ravi Teja back in action

Touch Chesi Chudu teaser out: Ravi Teja back in action
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Ravi Teja is back in stylistically designed war like action in the half a minute long teaser of Touch Chesi Chudu teaser. Theatrical trailer of the film will be launched with PSPK25 Agnyaathavaasi starring Power star Pawan Kalyan. Touch Chesi Chudu is an important film in Ravi Teja’s career as it has been a while since he has given a blockbuster. Touch Chesi Chudu is desgned to be a big budget action flick with super stardom of Ravi Teja to make the monstrous collection in the Telugu and Tamil market.

Ravi Teja could be seen beating up several goons with his police force in a riot which clearly means that Teja is playing the role of a senior policeman who does not bother to wear a uniform even in a riot. There is a reason why poor actors and mediocre stars like Ravi Teja could not cross the Telugu market on 2 states and reach a pan India or global audience, it’s because they would never dare to make a film where extra effort is to be put. People like Rajinikanth, Kamal Hassan, Mahesh Babu, Chiyaan Vikaram, Thalapathy Vijay managed to break the language barrier and appeal to all where Pawan Kalyan and Ravi Teja could not.

Even if a Ravi Teja film works out of Telugu market in North India a little bit it is only the south Indians living there are going to watch it. A film like Vikram Vedha, Arjun Reddy, Baahubali managed to break the language and culture barriers and went on to become cults and mega blockbusters. Touch Chesi Chudu is destined to be a severely mediocre film with absolutely nothing new in it and a bogus personality of Ravi Teja who might change his mirror so that he can stop thinking that he is Tom Cruise or Hrithik Roshan by some medically challenged stretch of imagination.

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Shubham Dwivedi

A professional journalist, passionate cinema fanatic. Alive and kicking upto the standards of entertainment beat and i always take the life one friday at a time.

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