Director Mohan Raja who is known for making movies like M Kumaran S/O Mahalakshmi, Santhosh Subramanyam, Velayudham, Thani Oruvan, and Velaikkaran, is currently busy filming his next directorial venture with Megastar Chiranjeevi. The film is the official Telugu remake of the Malayalam blockbuster hit, Lucifer which starred Mohanlal in the lead role. Chiranjeevi is celebrating his birthday tomorrow (August 22) and marking the special occasion, the title of the Lucifer remake has now been revealed. The film which was all the while addressed as Chiru 153, is now officially titled Godfather. The fans couldn't have asked for a better title than this as Chiranjeevi is indeed considered as a Godfather by a lot of people in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

Megastar will be seen in a new dimension and the makers promise a lot of surprises for the fans. The title look poster features Chiranjeevi in a silhouette with a gun in his hand. The picture has already started to do good rounds on social media. Produced by Konidela Production Company in association with Super Good Films, this film has music composed by S Thaman who is in supreme form in the recent past. Nirav Shah is handling the cinematography of the film, while Suresh Selvarajan and Stunt Silva will be taking care of the art direction and stunt choreography departments respectively.

Godfather will feature Lady Superstar Nayanthara as the female lead and a formal announcement from the makers is expected to be made very soon. This film will mark Nayanthara's third outing with director Mohan Raja after Thani Oruvan and Velaikkaran. Lucifer was a film that had several big names in the star cast and we can expect a similar kind of casting equation for Godfather as well. The shooting of Godfather is currently progressing at Hyderabad and the team is shooting sequences involving Chiranjeevi in this schedule.

Details regarding the film's release plans are yet to be known. For now, check out the title look poster of Megastar Chiranjeevi's Godfather, directed by Mohan Raja here: