INDIA: Happy Birthday Akkineni Naga Chaitanya! On this special day, the Telugu superstar surprised his fans with a new update on his upcoming film NC22 (Naga Chaitanya 22). The film bagged its official title and first-look poster elevating the audience’s excitement.
NC22 received the official title and first-look poster
Naga Chaitanya sparked the hype among viewers with a pre-look poster release. The Tollywood actor tweeted, “Bringing you the Pre-Look Poster of my next #NC22. Really excited about this one. @vp_offl @IamKrithiShetty @thearvindswami @ilaiyaraaja @realsarathkumar #SampathRaj @Premgiamaren @VennelaKishore @srinivasaaoffl #PremiVishwanath @srkathiir #Priyamani @rajeevan69 @abburiravi #VP11.”
The pre-look poster of NC22 provided a short glimpse of Naga Chaitanya in the role of a policeman surrounded by his fellow colleagues. With a brown color grading and rusted touch, the picture captured the attention of viewers.
Today marking Naga Chaitanya’s birthday celebration, the makers shared the first look poster and a title reveal of NC22. The actor tweeted, “Thank you @vp_offl and the entire team for this first look, really enjoyed working on this one and the journey so far! And for all the lovely wishes .. cheers. #Custody it is for #NC22 #CustodyFL.”
According to the tweet, NC22 is now officially titled, “Custody”. The brand-new poster of the film gives an additional vision of the pre-look poster. The picture features Naga Chaitanya donning the cop uniform. The actor is starred in the center with numerous policemen pointing guns towards him, and some also appear to grab him from the back.
We can also get a clear glimpse of blood and bruise on Naga Chaitanya’s face. Despite the dangerous situation, the actor’s character gives a calm and powerful expression that forms the highlight of the poster.
Custody stars Naga Chaitanya in the lead. According to the tags mentioned in the tweets, Krithi Shetty is also set to star as a female lead. Arvind Swami and Priyamani will also join the team.
Venkat Prabhu is set to add his directorial vision to Custody, and Srinivasa Silver Screen bankrolled the film.