Raghava Lawrence gets ripped for Chandramukhi 2, see photo
Raghava Lawrence, multifaceted actor and filmmaker, has received a raise for Chandramukhi 2. He posted images of his freshly acquired muscular physique on his Twitter profile, where he received a lot of positive feedback from his followers.
“Hi everyone, I want to share two things with you. Firstly, I want to share a my small effort I’m taking to transform my body for Chandramukhi 2. Thanks to my trainer Siva master for bringing this change. I need all your blessings,” Lawrence said in a statement while sharing the pictures.
He also had an additional announcement regarding his charity. “Secondly, I would like to thank all my donors for supporting me and my trust for all these years. You all stood by me and supported my vision with your donations. I have done the best I can and taken help from you whenever I needed it. Now that I’m in a good place and I’m signing more movies, I’ve decided to take the full responsibility of serving people by myself. Hence, I request my supports to not donate your money for Lawrence charitable trust. Your blessings is enough for me. I’m grateful for the support and love i’ve been receiving all these years. I will soon arrange a thanks giving event for all my supports! (sic),” he added.
Pa Vasu, who also directed Chandramukhi with Rajinikanth, wrote and directed the follow-up to the 2005 horror-comedy. Rajinikanth had the much-needed break at the box office thanks to the movie, which was a remake of the Malayalam classic Manichitrathazhu. At the time, he was still reeling from Baba’s commercial failure.
In the follow-up, comedy legend Vadivelu, who also had a significant part in Chandramuki, will appear. In 2010, Vasu released two films as a follow-up to Chandramuki: Nagavalli in Telugu and Aptharakshaka in Kannada. Whether Chandramuki 2 would be a remake of these films is unknown.
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