Keerthy Suresh's Good Luck Sakhi has been confirmed for a theatrical release and will open in cinemas on January 28. The upcoming Telugu rural sports comedy entertainer had been initially announced to hit the big screens last year, but got delayed due to the pandemic. Having said that, Good Luck Sakhi, which incidentally marks the Telugu directorial debut of National Award-winning filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor, has been produced by Sudheer Chandra Padiri's Worth A Shot Motion Arts Production in association with Vyshnavee Films and is being presented by Dil Raju. Check out the Good Luck Sakhi release date announcement below: 

There were speculations doing the rounds sometime back stating that Good Luck Sakhi might be skipping a theatrical outing and instead premiere directly on a leading OTT streaming platform. However, the makers' latest decision to bring the film out in theatres has cast away those rumors once and for all and it now remains to be seen how it will fare on the big screens when it comes out later this month. Good Luck Sakhi has been generating quite a lot of positive buzz among fans, especially after a quirky and fun teaser that was released last year received a double thumbs up from fans, with Keerthy Suresh once again drawing maximum praise. 

Keerthy Suresh, who is currently one of the most sought-after stars in the country, will be playing the role of an aspiring sharpshooter in Good Luck Sakhi, with veteran Telugu actor Jagapathi Babu as her coach and Aadhi as her love interest. The film has a talented technical crew on board among whom include Devi Sri Prasad for the music, followed by cinematography and editing handled by Chirantan Das and Sreekar Prasad, respectively. Good Luck Sakhi is one among the many films Keerthy Suresh will be hoping to hit the bullseye, especially since she is headlining the venture, while she will also be next seen in Mahesh Babu's Sarkaru Vaari Paata, 'Megastar' Chiranjeevi's Bhola Shankar and Nani's Dasara in Telugu, including Rocky fame Arun Matheswaran's Saani Kaayidham alongside Selvaraghavan in Tamil and Vaashi in Malayalam opposite Tovino Thomas.