Allu Arjun, Boyapati Srinu to reunite for a pan-Indian film?
The actor-director duo have reportedly initiated talks to collaborate for a pan-Indian film that is likely to release in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi
According to reports, Allu Arjun and Boyapati Srinu are set to reunite once again after the 2016 film, Sarrainodu. The actor-director duo have reportedly initiated talks to collaborate for a pan-Indian film that is likely to release in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi.
"Boyapati has penned a script for Allu Arjun a few months ago and he wants the film to take shape later this year. The initial plan was to begin the shoot by October but the duo changed plans and pushed the film to next year since Pushpa is slated to release in two parts," says a source close to the development.
Boyapati, meanwhile, has also pitched a storyline to Ravi Teja, who is basking in the success of Krack. "The director has got the go-ahead from Ravi Teja as well and in all probability, he will start this film first and wrap it up before Allu Arjun completes Pushpa 2," the source adds.
Boyapati is currently directing Nandamuri Balakrishna in Akhanda. An action entertainer produced under Dwaraka Creations, the film is in the last leg of production.