Tollywood has an exciting line up of films one of them being a multi-starrer with Nani and Akkineni Nagarjuna in the lead roles. Directed by Sriram Aditya, the film is yet to be titled and is being bankrolled by Vyjayanthi Movies. Said to be a comedy-entertainer, the film will have Nani playing a doctor while Nagarjuna would be seen playing a don in the plot. The shooting of the film is underway in Hyderabad and makers are canning important scenes involving Nani in a set built at a studio. While all this is happening, reports were doing rounds that the film could be a remake of Bollywood film Johnny Gaddar which released in 2007. Fans, on social media, were seen posting questions about the same and found themselves in a confused state.
Clarifying all this confusion, director Sriram Aditya took to Twitter and cleared all the air around the film. “My next film with @iamnagarjuna sir and @NameisNani Produced by @VyjayanthiFilms is not a Remake of any film. Its a original script .Just wanted clarify 🙂,” wrote Sriram giving much required clarity to fans.
— Sriram adittya (@SriramAdittya) May 22, 2018
Rashmika Mandanna will be painting up Nani in this multi-starrer while Malli Raave fame Akanksha Singh has been signed on opposite Nagarjuna in this film. The film is being produced by Vyjayanthi Movies and will have music composed by Mani Sharma. The story is said to be about the lives of Nani and Nagarjuna clashing because of series of events in their life and what unfolds from there forms the crux of the story.
This will be the first multi-starrer of this year in Tollywood and expectations are sky high on this film because of the names part of it – Nani and Nagarjuna. Both terrific actors, it will be interesting to see how the film would fare given the kind of following both the stars have. This will be for the first time that Nani will be acting alongside Nagarjuna in a film and the hype around the film has been because of this reason. This will film also feature veteran actors like Naresh and Tamil actor Manobala in important roles.