Jagadguru Adi Sankara (2013)

Director
J. K. Bharavi

Main cast
Nagarjuna Akkineni; Chiranjeevi; Mohan Babu; Sai Kumar; Srihari

Genres
Drama, Mystery

Description
Jagadguru Adi Sankara is a 2013 ensemble cast Telugu biographical-devotional film directed by J. K. Bharavi. It is the cinematic of life of Adi Sankara. The crux of the story forms the clash between Chandaludu and Lord Siva


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