Tollywood Back On Busy Track!

The third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is nearing an end as the daily cases started reducing for the last few days. Various states across the country have relaxed the restrictions.

Meanwhile, many films that were put on hold are now gearing up for release. The films that are in production are also pacing up the shooting speed. All Tollywood heroes are currently busy with the shootings of their films.

Megastar Chiranjeevi is currently shooting for two films at a time. The production works of his movies, Godfather and Bholaa Shankar are going on in Hyderabad right now. Apart from these films, he also has Acharya geared up for release on April 29.

Prabhas is currently busy shooting for Project K under the direction of Nag Ashwin. Along with him, Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan are also taking part in the shoot, which is going on at Ramoji Film City.

Mega Power Star Ram Charan is currently in Rajahmundry, shooting for his upcoming film RC 15, under the direction of Shankar. The makers are currently shooting a key 15-day schedule in the city.

Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja, who recently came up with Khiladi last week, is now busy with the shoot of Dhamaka. The works of this Trinadha Rao Nakkina’s directorial film are going on at Saradhi Studios in Hyderabad. Apart from this movie, Ravi Teja is also shooting for his other film Rama Rao On Duty.

Tamil hero Dhanush is busy with the works of his Tamil-Telugu bilingual film Sir, which is being directed by Venky Atluri. The shoot of this film is progressing in Ramoji Film City. The shoot of Sir was halted for a couple of weeks last month because Dhanush was diagnosed with COVID-19. Once he recovered, the shoot got resumed.

Meanwhile, hero Kalyan Ram is shooting for his next under the direction of Rajendra. The shoot of this film is going on in Hyderabad. Mythri Movie Makers is bankrolling the project.

On the whole, all of our Tollywood heroes are wasting no time and are getting busy with their respective shoots post the third wave of the pandemic.