Aksha Roped in for Balayya's Dictator

Published: 14th October 2015 04:50 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th October 2015 04:53 AM   |  A+A-

Balayya1.jpgIn an attempt to amplify the glamour quotient in Nandamuri Balakrishna’s upcoming actioner Dictator, actress Aksha Pardasany, known for her roles in films like Ride and Kandireega, has been roped in to play the third actress in the film.

Dictator, which is Balakrishna’s 99th film, is produced by Eros International and Vedhaaswa creations, who are leaving no stone unturned to make it a visual spectacle. “The film already has Anjali and Sonal Chauhan as female leads and the makers felt that there was scope for another actress to feature in it. That is when the makers decided that Aksha will be the perfect fit for the role. All three are playing equally important roles in the film,” revealed a source from the film’s unit. After the debacle of Lion, Balakrishna is determined to bounce back with a hit and the film’s director Sriwass is confident of delivering a blockbuster this time around.

Balayya.jpg“It is going to be a powerful action entertainer. The film will particularly resonate with the youth as it will be done in a very stylish way. Balakrishna’s role is also more stylish than ever before,” Sriwass revealed.

Story for the film has been written by Kona Venkat and Gopi Mohan, while SS Thaman has given the music for the film. Dictator is slated for a Sankranthi release next year.

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