Allu Arjun is on a roll as a hero and delivered back to back hits and a big hit with Sarrainodu, this year. After that he took his time to enjoy family time and accepted the stories that would take him to next level as a hero. He carefully planned his movies with different directors and producers. He gave go ahead to Linguswamy for his Tamil debut which will be shot as a Tamil Telugu bilingual under Studio Green productions. He already accepted a movie with Dil Raju under the direction of Harish Shankar, titled Duvvada Jagannadham. The movie is planned for a Summer release next year.
Recently, he welcomed a baby girl into his world and he is now busy spending quality time with his kids and wife. Soon he will join the sets of Duvvada Jagannadham and start the Linguswamy film as well. He locked another film after these two films as well. Vakkantham Vamsi close friend of Jr. NTR waited for years, for NTR’s go ahead for a movie in his direction. But the actor after deliberation, decided to go with a young director, Anil Ravipudi’s script against Vamsi. Kalyanram cleared that they are all still friends but the script did not suit their current thinking process and so they conveyed same to Vamsi. This script by Vamsi bas been doing some rounds around the film nagar even though NTR accepted to act in it at first.
There were rumours that Vamsi got high offers from popular producers to start the movie with their heroes rather than waiting. But Vamsi until Tarak’s final word, waited. Now, he seems to have taken the next best offer and moved on to Allu Arjun. The shooting of the movie will start next year after completing Duvvada Jagannadham and could progress simultaneously or start near the end of the shoot of Tamil – Telugu bilingual with Linguswamy. Arjun is said to be pumped up about the script and he has even given Vamsi enough time to fine tune it seems. Vamsi already gave script for Arjun’s recent Blockbuster, Race Gurram. Lagadapati Sridhar and Nagababu will collaborate for the movie. This is Nagababu’s first production after, Orange debacle.