Talented director Praveen Sattaru has taken his time to come up with a perfect script after a successful movie like 'PSV Garudavega'. He is now making an action thriller with King Nagarjuna as the lead. This project is being bankrolled under Sree Venkateshwara LLP and Northstar Entertainment banners by Narayan Das K Narang, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao and Sharrath Marar. The makers have begun shooting already and wrapped up the first schedule in Goa.
This interesting project involves a lot of big names and the second schedule will begin from 4th of August in Hyderabad. A lot of key and crucial scenes will be filmed in Hyderabad. The movie will be shot in various cities and abroad as well. Nagarjuna is expected to play an action-packed role in this action entertainer while Tollywood's 'Chandamama' Kajal Agarwal will be seen as the heroine. The casting of this movie includes Gul Panag, Anikha Surendran and others
Mukesh G cranks the camera while Brahma Kadali is the production designer while Robin Subbu along with Nabha Master have choreographed the fights. This film is expected to be a different film from the regular commercial flick and Praveen Sattaru who is known for coming up with unique content is trying something different with Nagarjuna once again. Nagarjuna is going through a rough phase right now as most of his recent films like 'Manmadhudu 2', 'Wild Dog' and others failed badly at the box office. His last hit was 'Soggade Chinni Nayana' which came out in 2016.
There are still doubts whether Nagarjuna will be hosting the fifth season of Bigg Boss or not. Currently, he is busy with this film and we need to see if the senior star hero hosts the popular show for the third season in a row or not. In the meanwhile, Kajal will be seen romancing Nagarjuna for the first time in this flick. She said that Nag was his favorite actor many times and she becomes the only actress after Rakul to romance both Nagarjuna as well as his son Naga Chaitanya onscreen. The released date of this movie is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.