Nandamuri Balakrishna debuted as an actor in the 1974 film Tatamma Kala, directed by his father, the legendary NT Rama Rao. Then on, Balakrishna acted with his father in several movies and was directed by his father in many of them.
Now, looks like history is about to repeat itself, with Balakrishna’s son Mokshagna all set for his debut. Balakrishna revealed that his son would be debuting with the sequel of Aditya 369, whose script Balakrishna has written himself. Balakrishna revealed that the script he wrote was supervised by Singeetam Srinivas Rao and Satyanand and that they even worked on the final script.
Balakrishna said that either he or Singeetam Srinivas Rao would be directing his son his debut and that the decision will be taken soon. Balakrishna is also set to star in this film, and he clarified that he wouldn’t be seen as Mokshagna’s father in the film. In case Balakrishna ends up directing this film, then history will have repeated itself, with Balakrishna having debuted under his father’s direction, and Mokshagna debuting under his father’s direction. It will be highly interesting to watch Mokshagna and Balakrishna on screen together. Further details about this project are still awaited.
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