Megastar Chiranjeevi, who is set return to Tollywood with his 150th movie, will reportedly make a special appearance in his son Ram Charan Teja's upcoming movie "Bruce Lee".

Directed by Srinu Vaitla, "Bruce Lee" is touted to be an action-entertainer with all the elements necessary to woo family audiences.

The director himself confirmed the news about Chiranjeevi's cameo in the film, saying the megastar will play an important role in the movie with his 15-minute screen presence. 

He also said Chiru will soon join the film unit to shoot for his portion.

"Chiranjeevi will appear for 15 minutes in the film. I can't divulge much information about his role but I can assure that his fans will love it. We are yet to shoot his portion and we intend to do it soon," Srinu Vaitla told IANS.

This is not the first time Chiranjeevi is making a guest appearance in Ram Charan's film.

In 2009, the megastar was seen shaking a leg with Cherry and Mumaith Khan in the remix version of the hit song "Bangaru Kodipetta" in his 1992 film "Gharana Mogudu". The remix version of the song was featured in "Magadheera".

"Bruce Lee" marks the teaming up of Srinu Vaitla with writers Kona Venkat and Gopimohan, who had parted ways with the director following differences on the sets of "Baadshah".

S Thaman is composing music for the soundtrack and background score, while Manoj Paramahamsa is handling cinematography for the film.

Ram Charan is playing the lead role, while Rakul Preet Singh is his love interest. Kriti Kharbanda is essaying the role of second female lead in the movie, which marks the Telugu debut of Tamil actor Arun Vijay, who will be seen as the antagonist.

Brahmanandam, Arun Vijay, Sampath Raj, Nadhiya, Brahmaji, Rao Ramesh and Amitash Pradhan are playing supporting roles in the film.

Being produced by DVV Danayya, "Bruce Lee" went on floor on 16 March, 2015 and now nearing completion of shooting.

The producers are planning to kick-start its post-production work soon. They have planned to release the film worldwide on 16 October.