Bezawada Gopal, one of the most successful mass directors of commercial cinema way back in the 90s and early 2000s, is once again making his comeback with a commercial movie. He is popular for his highly successful movies like Bobbili Raja, Lorry Driver, Assembly Rowdy, State Rowdy, Rowdy Inspector, Samarasimha Reddy, Narasimha Naidu, Indra, Maska and others. B. Gopal, though was a busy technician once upon a time, lost his magic and slipped the way post 2005. After a gap of few years, he made his come back with ‘Aaradugula Bullet’ starring Gopichand and Nayanatara, which is yet to release. In order to revive his hanging career, Nandamuri Balakrishna has come to the director's rescue and has offered to act under his direction. The duo have worked together for several hits form of Samarasimha Reddy and Narasimha Naidu.
B Gopal is one who has given Megastar Chiranjeevi his career best Indra in 2002. Now the director is planning to make his strong comeback in Telugu Film Industry. Balayya who is popular for giving chances to many talented directors, has expressed his desire to work in the direction of B Gopal. The sources say that Gopal has already started to work on the script for Balakrishna and upcoming drama will be bankrolled by Bellamkonda Suresh. The said project might take off once Balayya wraps up the shoot of his #NBK102 under the direction of KS Ravikumar in which Nayantara and Natasha Doshi are playing the female lead.
Balayya’s recently released ‘Paisa Vassol’ co-starring Shriya Saran, Kyra Dutt and Musskan Sethi, directed by Puri Jagannadh, is turning out disaster at the box office.
On the otherside, it looks like actor and Telugu Desam Party legislator from Hindupur assembly constituency in Anantapur district Balakrishna is planning to take retirement from politics and want to focus only on his films. On Thursday he said, “My father late N T Rama Rao had earlier represented Hindupur, and so i want to develop the constituency. I am not keen on higher posts of a minister or chief minister as I want to concentrate on films.”