New Zealand Writer Peter Salmon’s story for Mahesh Babu’s landmark film

New Zealand Writer Peter Salmon's story for Mahesh Babu’s landmark film

Vamsi Paidipally is one of the director who always give credit to original writers by acquiring rights. When he made multistarrer Oopiri starring Akkineni Nagarjuna and Karthi, he confirmed that it’s a remake of  French movie ‘The Untouchables’. Now once again  the talented director inspired by another foreign work.

 It is known news that Superstar Mahesh Babu has joined hands with Vamsi Paidipally for  his landmark project #Mahesh25. The sources say that the storyline of this film is inspired by an Australian TV series, written by Newzealand based writer and director Peter Salmon. It has also come out that the makers will make few changes according to the taste of Telugu audiences.

One of the top cinematographers of the country, K.U.Mohanan has been roped in  this project to handle the camera work. He is popular for his work for several hit movies like  Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees, Jab Harry Met Sejal, Don, Aamir Khan’s Talaash among others.

Pooja Hegde is on the board to play the female lead and it will be bankrolled by Dil Raju’s Sri Venkateswara Creations and C Ashwini Dutt’s Vyjayanthi films.

Mahesh Babu is currently busy  in Koratala Siva’s Bharat Ane Nenu  in which Kiara Adavani is playing the female lead. After completing the project, Mahesh’s 25th film, which is yet to get its title, will go on the floors. It will be for the first time Mahesh will be collaborating with Vamshi Paidipally.