Superstar Jr NTR is one of the most popular actors in the industry. In his film career spanning 20 years, the actor has worked in over 29 films and each film is different from the previous one. He has received critically acclaimed for his performance in films like Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava, Simhadri, Temper, Nannaku Prematho, Janatha Garage Jai Lava Kusa, and others. While his fans are eagerly waiting for his next dhamkedar film RRR where he plays a revolutionary, they were also hoping for the actor to reveal his next projects. And while the actor is currently home quarantined since he had tested COVID positive, in an interview Jr NTR confirms his next.
The actor spoke about his reunion with Koratala Siva who directed him in Jaantha Garage which was a blockbuster, he said, "We are getting back together post RRR, at this juncture we’re still working on the script, we have an idea. I’m looking forward to that one. And then I have a film with Prashanth Neel, the director of K.G.F., coming up."
Ask him if the Koratala Siva's next is a Pan-India film to which he replies, "I hate referring to it as ‘pan-Indian, it sounds like a frying pan. We just mean it is a film that can travel into all the Indian languages. It will be released like RRR all over India.
However, both these will begin only after Jr NTR completes his shoot for RRR. Meanwhile, Koratala Siva is waiting for the release of Acharya which stars Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan. It is also said that the director will also be working with Allu Arjun. Whereas, director Prashanth Neel is gearing up for the release of KGF 2. The film features Yash, Sanjay Dutt, Raveena Tandon, and Srinidhi Shetty in important roles. The film is scheduled to hit the screens on July 16 at the box office. On the other, the director is currently working with Prabhas in Salaar which is expected to release next year.
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