Director Sujeeth Reddy of Saaho fame had prepared to make some improvements and include a flashback scene to the script of the Telugu remake of Lucifer, but megastar Chiranjeevi is claimed to have turned down his idea.
Just after Acharya, Chiranjeevi is established to star in the remake of Mohanlal’s hit Malayalam motion picture Lucifer. Sujeeth Reddy has been roped in to helm this venture. The director is at present busy working on the script of its Telugu adaptations and he is reported to be producing some changes in the tale of its first model to go well with the picture of the Tollywood megastar.
It is acknowledged that a intimate observe is a have to in a film starring Chiranjeevi. But Lucifer did not have a place for one. The makers of its Telugu variations had been skeptical about no matter whether Chiru’s supporters will take the motion picture without a romantic pair. So they evidently questioned the director to try out to include things like one this kind of scene that will have the megastar showing up with a heroine.
After this recommendation arrived in, Sujeeth reportedly created a flashback tale that lets the creation of a feminine pair for Chiranjeevi’s character in the remake of Lucifer. But a main director, who is a dependable friend of Chiranjeevi, suggested versus earning any modifications to the original script. He told the actor that its story receives diluted if the enjoy keep track of is incorporated. As a result, Chiru rejected the concept of the flashback tale.
Lucifer is an motion drama and it marked a directorial debut of Prithviraj Sukumaran. When the leader of a ruling celebration dies, there is a energy wrestle to fill his shoes. His adopted son, the mysterious Stephen, techniques in and faces worries in all spheres of lifetime. Chiranjeevi will essay the lead function played by Mohanlal.
Lucifer has some critical people, which have been performed by Vivek Oberoi, Manju Warrier, Tovino Thomas and Indrajith Sukumaran. Chiru needs massive stars to enjoy these roles. The director is now on a hunt for them.