Late Chiranjeevi Sarja’s last film as a hero, ‘Raja Marthanda’ is all set to release in the month of June. Meanwhile, Chiru’s brother Dhruva Sarja has started dubbing for his brother’s role from Monday morning in Sadhu Kokila Studios.
‘Raja Marthanda’ was completed two years back itself. However, due to the demise of its lead actor Chiranjeevi Sarja, the film got further delayed. Though Chiru had completed shooting for the film, he had not dubbed his portions. After his decease, Dhruva had committed that he will dub for his brother in the film.
Likewise, Dhruva had dubbed for the teaser which was release for Chiru’s birthday. Now the actor has started dubbing from Monday and is expected to conclude it in a couple of days. Director Ramnarayan, who is supervising the dubbing, says that Dhruva’s voice is very much apt for the soul of the film and the film has been elevated to next level with Dhruva’s voice.
The post-production of the film is almost complete except for the dubbing. With the dubbing completing this week, the team plans to complete the post-production work fully and release the film in June.
Though the makers have not yet fixed a particular date, the plan is to release the film in the month of June.
Meanwhile, ‘Raja Marthanda’ producer Shivakumar has decided to erect a 101 feet cut out of Chiru along with a 51 feet cut out of his son Rayan Sarja in front of the main theater.
‘Raja Marthanda’ stars Chiranjeevi Sarja, Deepthi Sathi, Triveni Rao and others in prominent roles. The film is written and directed by Ramnarayan.