Murali Krishna’s encounter with Yanamala Ramakrishnudu

Murali Krishna's encounter with Yanamala Ramakrishnudu

Murali Krishna's encounter with Yanamala Ramakrishnudu - Tv9
Murali Krishna’s encounter with Yanamala Ramakrishnudu – Tv9
Balayya’s Police Acts In London

A dream run at the box office made Nandamuri Balakrishna’s Gautamiputra Satakarni more memorable as it happens to be his landmark 100th film as well. Moving on, he has three directors in the pipeline while Puri Jagan’s name is predominantly heard as a top contender.

Reports have already stormed Tollywood that Puri Jagan carved out a niche budget for this film. Unlike said earlier, this film is not the Jana Gana Mana he has written for Mahesh and modified for Venkatesh. A little birdie revealed that this is another cop drama coming from Puri after the likes of Sivamani, Pokiri and Temper.

Moreover, the film will be shot large time in urban locales of England including a grand chase on the streets of London, a source informed. Though Balayya has acted as police many times, this film will show him as a stylish cop working in the international wing, says Interpol. As per the present plan, 70% of the film will be shot in England only.

Well, it seems like cops and foreign locations are the latest fetishes of Tollywood, as hero Rajasekhar has also shot 70% of his movie PSV Garudavega in Georgian and around. Let’s see if these England rumours on Balayya will hold good or not