Unexpected Shock: Balakrishna brings KS Ravi Kumar before Boyapati Srinu

It is known news that Nandamuri Balakrishna has joined hands with mass specialist Boyapati Srinu for an upcoming project. Now Boyapati Srinu has received an unexpected shock as Balakrishna has also collaborated with KS Ravi Kumar for an upcoming movie. The launch event of Balakrishna and Boyapati Srinu’ film will take place in the month of May and the regular shoot is expected to commence from June. Whereas Balakrishna and Boyapati Srinu’ film will go on the floors from the month of August.

Earlier Balakrishna and KS Ravi Kumar have worked together for Jai Simha, in which three actresses Nayantara, Natasha Doshi, and Hari Priya played the lead roles. Finally Jai Simha combo is back to deliver a hit movie. Who will play the female lead is not yet decided. Currently the hunt for the female lead is on.

The sources say that Nandamuri Balakrishna will shoot simultaneously for Ravi Kumar and Boyapati Srinu’ films. C Kalyan, who produced Jai Simha, is going to bankroll Balakrishna and Ravi Kumar second combination as well.
KS Ravi Kumar is considered one of the most popular film makers in South Cinema. He has directed numerous films ranging from comedy and drama to action thrillers.

Nandamuri Balakrishna was last seen in his dream project NTR biopic- a biopic of his father, legendary actor and former Chief Minister of United Andhra Pradesh Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao, which was directed by National award winning director Krish. Apart from acting, Balakrishna also co-produced the movie. Unfortunately the movie was bombed at the box office.

As Nandamuri Balakrishna has delivered back to back flop movies like Paisa Vasool and NTR Kathanayakudu, he does not want to take any risk and he is taking extra care on the script.

It is known news that after the release of Vinaya Vidheya Rama, Boyapati Srinu was trolled on social media sites because of illogical and senseless action sequences in the film. So this time he is taking special care about Balakrishna’ project.