Jr NTR To Work With KGF 2 Director?

5 Jun, 2020 10:25 IST|Sakshi Post

HYDERABAD: The movie KGF has created a history in the world of cinema and now the director Prashant Neel is busy with KGF: Chapter 2. Yash and Srinidhi Shetty acted in the lead roles in the movie, KGF. The film raked in the moolah and emerged out as a blockbuster. KGF: Chapter 2 is going to hit the theatres in October.

Now, the news is that the director Prashanth Neel is going to wield the megaphone for the 'Nanaku Prematho' Hero. Reports claim that the director has narrated the script to Tollywood Young Tiger NTR and the actor got impressed with the story line. It is noted that the KGF director is keen on doing a Telugu film after KGF: Chapter 2.

Earlier on the occasion of Tarak's birthday, Prashanth Neel tweeted that, "Finally I know how it feels like to sit next to a nuclear plant and next time bringing my radiation suit to be around all that crazy energy." This hinted that Prashanth Neel is going to direct the film with Tarak.

Now, one more clue for the filmy folks... On the occasion of Prashanth Neel's birthday (June 4th), Mythri Movie Makers tweeted that, "Waiting to meet you soon in a Radiation Suit."  Isn't this clue enough for everyone to confirm that Prashanth Neel is going to collaborate with Jr NTR? Most of the fans are eagerly waiting for the crazy combination.

However, a few section of fans are left worried that the director is going to shift his focus on Telugu films from Kannada movies. In an interview, Prashanth said that, “Kannada is in my DNA and it is here that I earned name. So right now my focus is all on KGF: Chapter 2 and I cannot confirm on any future projects. But I assure the next film I make will be in Kannada.”

On the professional front, Jr NTR was last seen in Aravinda Sametha and now he is busy with his upcoming flick, RRR. SS Rajamouli is the director of the film and the movie is going to be a fictitious tale. If everything goes well for KGF director and Jr NTR, then their movie will go to floors early next year.

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