Naga Chaitanya with Srinu Vaitla!

Akkineni NagaChaitanya is on a signing spree since he had a good successful 2016, that almost had been a revival for his career. His earlier movies DoChay and Auto Nagar Surya became disasters and also earned the actor, a large bit of criticism for his acting skills as well. He turned it all around with Premam and Sahasam Sawasaga Saagipo. He improved on his dialogue delivery, diction, expressions and body language while in one movie showing three shades of love and in other carrying the love crime thriller story through the run time on his shoulders. With new confidence, even the producers have started approaching him with even better roles.

Nagarjuna Akkineni, announced before Premam that he was disappointed with the progress of the career of Naga Chaitanya and he has taken it upon him to mence it. He launched a movie with Kalyan Krishna, the director of Soggade Chinni Nayana with a story that promises to be a complete family entertainer on the cards of Ninne Pelladutha. Currently, the shooting of the movie is going on at a rapid pace. On 29th January, the actor is scheduled to participate in his new film opening produced by his cousin Rana Daggubati. Now, the latest news is that he has given his nod to King director, Srinu Vaitla in the production of Kamakshi Kala Movies banner.

D. Siva Prasad Reddy of Kamakshi Movies, has been an exclusive producer for Nagarjuna Akkineni since Vicky Dada and produced movies like Allari Alludu, Seetharamaraju, Nenunnanu, Ragada and Kedi. Even with Naga Chaitanya he earlier produced Dhada. With Kedi and Dhada debacles, the senior producer took time off to decide on his next while Nagarjuna got busy in making his own movies. Finally, the producer was able to get his King director and one of the top technicians, Srinu Vaitla to write a story for Naga Chaitanya. Well, the further details are yet to be known. The movie could start in the later half of 2017 for a 2018 release.

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