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Krish, Vaisshnav Tej's film based on Sannapureddy's novel, Kondapolam- Cinema express

Krish, Vaisshnav Tej's film based on Sannapureddy's novel, Kondapolam

The director has acquired the rights for this novel and turned it into a film, say reports

Published: 04th September 2020

Director Krish has joined forces with actor Panja Vaisshnav Tej for an action-adventure thriller. Rumour has it that the film is inspired by author Sannapureddy Venkata Ramireddy's 2019 novel, Kondapolam.

We hear Krish has acquired the rights for this novel and turned it into a film. Kondapolam tells the story of Nallamala forest-based shepherds who are responsible for protecting their sheep from the dangerous attacks of the predators and the red sanders of the region. 

According to a source, shooting for the yet-to-be-titled film is currently on in Vikarabad forest.

Also starring Rakul Preet Singh, the film is replete with visual effects and the makers are planning to wrap up the entire production by October.

Krish, meanwhile, is also directing Pawan Kalyan in a historical drama tentatively titled Virupaksha. Vaisshnav, the nephew of Chiranjeevi and brother of actor Sai Dharam Tej, is awaiting the release of his debut film, Uppena.

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