Senior hero Nandamuri Balakrishna is has been in the film industry since his childhood. He played small roles in his father legendary Nandamuri Taraka Ramarao's films and became a huge mass hero later. Balakrishna is not just known for his high-octane action scenes, powerful dialogues and commercial potboilers. He is also known to be a very old-school and orthodox man who has a lot of sentiments. He prays to the god every day and we can see a lot of threads tied around his hand and godly chains in his neck. Recently, the star hero shared something interesting about a bad sentiment regarding black dresses.
It many are aware, Nandamuri Balakrishna had a huge accident during the shooting of his super hit film 'Aditya 369'. He says that the main reason behind it was wearing black dress and claims that he wore black all days which led to the accident. He stated this in a recent interview and claimed that he never did it again.
Coming to the sequel of 'Aditya 369', he said that the title is confirmed as 'Aditya 369 Max'. Apparently, Balayya himself prepared the story and the script work has also been done. His son Mokshagnya will be playing the lead in this project and it will reportedly go on floors in 2023. Balakrishna is expected to be seen in a special appearance in the sequel and he will be bankrolling it as expected.
Other than that, Nandamuri senior hero is busy with back-to-back projects. He is currently wrapping up the work of Boyapati Sreenu's 'Akhanda'. After that, he announced a project with Gopichand Malineni. It is going to be a mass entertainer based on true incidents. Thaman is the music composer for both these projects. After these two, Balayya will be seen doing a film with happening director Anil Ravipudi. It hasn't been announced officially yet. Apart from them, there are talks about his possible reunion with his 'Paisa Vasool' director Puri Jagannadh.
'Akhanda' is expected to hit the screens in September or October. Pragya Jaiswal is the heroine while Srikanth plays a key role in this movie.