The much-awaited debut of Nandamuri Mokshagna Teja in the film industry continues to remain uncertain, leaving fans anxious. As the heir-apparent of the iconic Balayya Babu, the delay in Mokshagna’s debut has become a cause for concern among his ardent supporters. The latest statements from his father further indicate that the 28-year-old will be making his appearance on the silver screen in approximately two more years.
Reports emerging from the TANA event held in the USA over the past few days suggest that Mokshagna’s debut will take place under the direction of his father himself. Balayya reportedly revealed his plans to direct the sequel of his yesteryear blockbuster ‘Aditya 369,’ titled “Aditya 999,” once he completes his commitments related to the upcoming general elections.
While Balayya will essay the lead role in the movie, Mokshagna is expected to portray a significant character but not the protagonist. This decision has left many fans puzzled, considering Balayya’s own debut under the direction of his father, the legendary Sr NTR, years ago.
Earlier reports had suggested that director Anil Ravipudi would take charge of launching Mokshagna on the silver screen. However, these recent revelations have come as a surprise to fans. With Balayya intending to commence work on the film post-elections, which are scheduled for 2024, the movie’s release might only occur in 2025, thereby further extending the wait for Mokshagna’s grand entry into the industry.