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Adivi Sesh Tries To Be Major's Doppelganger

Adivi Sesh tries to be Major's Doppelganger

Creative actor Adivi Sesh tries his best to become a Doppelganger to a slain Major. In reality, the actor is trying to play the character of an Army officer who was slain saving many lives in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. He is essaying the role of Major Sandeep Unni Krishnan in his upcoming film Major. The makers of the movie floated a look test, wherein they posted the pic of Adivi Sesh next to Major Sandeep, to show how close they resemble in terms of looks. Adivi Sesh was inspired by the brave story of the slain Major and decided to come up with a story that serves as a tribute to his martyrdom. 

The first look poster of the film Major will be released on the 17th of December 2020. Adivi Sesh took it to Instagram to salute the families and the real heroes who sacrificed their lives for a genuine cause of saving others and saving the countries pride. The movie will be directed by Sashi Kiran Tikka and bankrolled by Mahesh Babu and AS Entertainments. The movie is going to be a bi-lingual release and will be released in both Telugu and Hindi. Shobita Dhulipala is believed to do a crucial role in the movie.

 

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