Watch Teaser: Nithiin and Megha Akash starrer Chal Mohan Ranga seems to be a ‘seasoned’ love story

Chal Mohan Ranga will also star veteran South Indian actor Lissy Lakshmi in an important role which, however, was not disclosed in the teaser.

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Watch Teaser: Nithiin and Megha Akash starrer Chal Mohan Ranga seems to be a 'seasoned' love story

Actor Nithiin’s latest outing LIE wasn’t as a great a success as he would have wanted it to be since it was directed by Hanu Raghavapudi. Having made films like Krishnagadi Veera Prema Gaadha, expectations on Hanu were high to come up with another good story in LIE but the film turned out to be a dud at the box office. Nithiin will next be seen in a film produced by Pawan Kalyan and Trivikram Srinivas jointly, and directed by debutante Krishna Chaitanya. The makers recently announced the title of the film – Chal Mohan Ranga – which is an offbeat title for a commercial Telugu flick. Besides Nithiin, Chal Mohan Ranga also stars Megha Akash, his co-star from his last release LIE. The makers have now released the teaser of the film on the occasion of Valentine’s Day indicating it would be another romantic flick. Going by the teaser, the story of Chal Mohan Ranga seems to be a love-break up story between Nithiin and Megha’s roles. What catches everyone’s attention in the teaser is the way Nithiin narrates his love story comparing it with different seasons. Watch the teaser of Chal Mohan Ranga starring Nithiin and Megha Akash here:

Chal Mohan Ranga will also star veteran South Indian actor Lissy Lakshmi in an important role which, however, was not disclosed in the teaser. A while ago, the actor had posted a message on her Facebook page about her role in the film which read – “Before I quit acting I had a short but very successful tenure in Telugu. I did 8 movies in Telugu and out of that 6 went on to be super hits which included “Magaadu and 20va Satabdham, the remakes of Malayalam movies “Moonnam Mura” and “Irupatham Noottandu” respectively. To be honest I was sad to leave Telugu industry at that time but I had no choice. So when it came to acting I always felt kind of an “unfinished business” with Telugu cinema.”

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