Actor Rajasekhar to work with AWE director Prashanth Varma?

Earlier, there were reports doing rounds that Prashanth Varma may work with veteran actor Rajasekhar soon however nothing was officially confirmed then.

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After the stupendous success of AWE, young director Prashanth Varma is the talk of the town and he has already bagged his second project. Prashant Varma has been signed on to direct the Telugu remake of Queen which was earlier being directed by Neelakanta. The shooting of the film is currently underway and may gear up for release soon. Earlier, there were reports doing rounds that Prashanth Varma may work with veteran actor Rajasekhar soon however nothing was officially confirmed then. But looks like the actor himself has now confirmed, indirectly though, via his Twitter page. Taking yto Twitter, Rajasekhar wrote, “Well.. all I can say about my next project is that, it’s going to be AWEsome!”

Well, by highlighting AWE in awesome, Rajasekhar has hinted and confirmed that his next film would be with Prashanth Varma, Rajasekhar was going through a rough phase in his career before making a comeback with PSV Garuda Vega which was directed by Praveen Sattaru. An action thriller, PSV Garda Vega has Rajasekhar playing an intelligence officer and the film went on to become a super hit flick. Rajasekhar had a string of flops before making a string comeback with PSV Garuda Vega. And with Prashanth Varma lined up next, looks like there is no looking back for Rajasekhar from here on.

On the other hand, Prashanth Varma is caught up with the directorial responsibilities of That is Mahalakshmi which is the Telugu remake of Bollywood hit film Queen. That is Mahalakshmi stars Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead role and is currently being shot. Earlier, Neelakanta was directing the Telugu Queen remake however the National Award winning director opted out of the project due to unknown reasons. With the makers bringing Prashanth Varma onboard now, the shooting has resumed and may soon hit the big screens.

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