Jr NTR is Not MLA

June 28th, 2012, 08:01 PM IST
Jr NTR is Not MLA

As soon as the news of Jr NTR teaming up with director Harish Shankar was confirmed by the makers, speculations started that that film would be the political backdrop project MLA (Manchi Lakshanalunna Abbayi) which kept on the back burner for sometime now. NTR was supposed to do 'MLA' with Harish few years back, but due to creative differences with the producer that film never took off.

However, Harish Shankar changed his plans now as he doesn't want to direct a political subject now. The reason behind his decision is due to the heavy rush of political backdrop films at the Box Office (Shakuni, Reddy Gari Manavadu and few others). He made it clear that his film with NTR would completely different with loads of entertainment.

Currently, Harish Shankar is working on the script and he is also planning to rope in the best actors and technicians for the film. He is determined to score a hat-trick with NTR's film. Hope he succeeds in the mission!

TAGS : NTR MLA, Harish Shankar, Jr NTR, Manchi Lakshanalunna Abbai
 

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