Megastar Chiranjeevi has finally opened up on guest appearance in his son Ram Charan's upcoming Telugu movie "Bruce Lee: The Fighter" and described it as a perfect treat for mega family audience.
Chiranjeevi was the chief guest at the audio launch of movie held at Hitex in Hyderabad on 2 October. After launching the music of the movie, the actor addressed the huge gathering and spoke about his cameo in the film. He will make a special appearance of around 15 minute and the cameo comes at the end of "Bruce Lee: The Fighter".
"My role comes towards the end of the film. It'll be the like the delicious dessert you wait for after a good meal. I'm sure the role will be the perfect treat for my fans," IANS quoted the megastar as saying on the occasion.
"Shankar Dada Zindabad", which was released in theatres on 27 July 2007, was Chiru's last movie as a hero. He was last seen in a cameo role in Ram Charan's 2009 film "Magadheera".
The actor is making a comeback to the silver screen after six years and will be shaking a leg with Cherry in a song from "Bruce Lee: The Fighter". The song has been choreographed by Manoj Paramahamsa and Chiru has all thanks for him. "I wasn't sure how I'll look on screen after a gap of so many years. It was only after I watched the first shot on the monitor that I was convinced that people will still come to watch me on the screen. I have to thank Manoj for making me look smart," Chiranjeevi said.
Meanwhile, Chiranjeevi also spilled beans about his much-awaited 150th film, which has been creating ripples in the media for quite some time. The 60-year-old actor said that the project has been locked, but details about it will officially be revealed by his son and wife soon.
"Bruce Lee: The Fighter", touted to be a commercial entertainer, is directed by Sreenu Vaitla. Ram Charan is playing the lead role, while Rakul Preet Singh and Kriti Kharbanda appear in the female lead roles in the film. It also features Arun Vijay in an important role.
The movie is slated for a worldwide release on October 16.