Balayya’s next a political drama?

Nandamuri Balakrishna is much eager to continue his success streak post-Sri Rama Rajyam. The senior actor is sweating for Adhinayakudu wherein he will amuse the audiences in a triple role - gr

Published: 02nd February 2012 05:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:48 PM   |  A+A-

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Nandamuri Balakrishna is much eager to continue his success streak post-Sri Rama Rajyam. The senior actor is sweating for Adhinayakudu wherein he will amuse the audiences in a triple role - grandfather, father and son. ML Kumar Choudhary is hoping to rake in the moolah after the venture hits the big screens on March 23.  Meanwhile, Balayya is gearing up to undergo an image makeover for his next flick under the direction of Ravi Chavali who inspired the Simha star to take up the character. Ramesh Puppala of Yellow Flowers is producing the film, which will start rolling from February 6. Parvati Melton is the female lead. Ravi is currently working on all the possibilities to portray his protagonist in a new dimension as he did in the case of Jagapathi Babu, who fought against corruption as a journalist in Samanyudu.  Rumor is that the project, in all likelihood, will be a political drama in the wake of the fact that Balakrishna is foraying into politics in 2014.

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