Krish To Shake AP Politics With 'KVJ'

September 20th, 2012, 07:00 AM IST
Krish To Shake AP Politics With 'KVJ'

Director Krish is barely two films old but within a short span he has made his mark as an intellectual director who makes thinking cinema. And now, it looks like he has taken a step further to enter into a zone which is rather sensitive and controversial to an extent.

We are talking about his new project 'Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum' starring the Daggubati Rana and the gracious beauty Nayantara. According to reports, it is heard that the story has got a compilation of almost all the current political issues which are shaking Andhra Pradesh.

The film has been tagged as a full length action entertainer and it is heard that Krish has done a deep research regarding the current political situation and this is sure to catch the attention of the audience and raise their eyebrows. Whether this would get through the censor scanners easily is a question though.

TAGS : Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum, Rana, AP Politics
 

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