Nandamuri Balakrishna has built a reputation for his recent foray into ultra-mass action dramas, yet his inclination towards mythological epics and fantasy tales has been evident through various speeches and interests. Notably recognized for his impactful drama “Bhagavanth Kesari,” which carried a profound message, Balakrishna seems poised to delve into the contemporary trend of multiverse narratives.
Recent reports suggest that Prashant Varma, the director behind “HanuMan,” has approached Balakrishna for a mythological fantasy movie concept that holds the potential to expand into a multiverse storyline. While Balayya has not yet given a definitive approval, sources indicate his keen interest in Varma’s innovative idea.
Prashant Varma, known for his unconventional cinematic offerings such as “Adbhutham,” “Zombie Reddy,” “Kalki,” and “Awe,” previously collaborated with Balakrishna for “Unstoppable With NBK season 2,” impressing audiences with a promotional showcase featuring Balayya in an old western town setting.
Should Prashant Varma secure the opportunity to direct Balakrishna, it could herald a fresh chapter, introducing a mythological fantasy concept followed by subsequent films exploring the vast realms of a multiverse. This potential collaboration might mark a significant departure for both Balakrishna and Varma, showcasing their collective vision within the realm of imaginative storytelling.