NTR biopic which features Nandamuri Balakrishna in the lead role, should be made in two parts rather than a single film. The people in Telugu industry thinks actor-Politician NTR biopic cannot be portrayed in just one part. It requires 2 or more parts. NTR was such a charismatic figure that one film can’t do justice to his life. Krish is on the board to helm this prestigious project.
All eyes are on the biopic of NTR- the legendary actor and former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Nanadamuri Taraka Rama Rao. Initially Teja was on the board to helm this prestigious biopic. After Teja’s exit, everyone was eager to know that who will take the responsibility to helm this upcoming biopic of NTR. Nandamuri Balakrishna will be playing the role of his father in this biopic. Yesterday the makers have officially confirmed that Krish will direct this crazy project. The announcement comes on the eve of Sr. NTR’s 95th birth anniversary.
The Telugu movie lovers believe that the drama and the aura surrounding NTR’s charisma is so intense that it is difficult to portray it on the silver screen in just one part. According to them, it requires 2 parts. Earlier Teja has also said, “There is a story which is enough to make 6 movies.” The sources say that Krish is planning to make lot of changes in the script. Balayya is said to have agreed to the same and the director has already started the work. Earlier both Krish and Balayya have worked together for the historic drama Gauthamiputra Satakarni, which was hit at the box office.
Balayya revealed at the ongoing TDP Mahanadu that NTR biopic will hit the theaters on the occasion of Sankranthi. The actor has also clarified that there is no political motive in choosing the release date.
After Nag Ashwin’s Mahanati, the biopic of NTR is also grabbing the attention of many. According to the latest buzz in the film Industry, the veteran director K Raghavendra Rao convinced Krish to take up the biopic as he is confident that Manikranika director has ability to do justice. It will be jointly bankrolled by Balakrishna, Sai Korrapati and Vishnu Induri.