Boyapati-Balakrishna film to roll out only after elections

The director is currently busy creating promotional content for Amaravati, the Andhra capital.
Boyapati-Balakrishna film to roll out only after elections
Boyapati-Balakrishna film to roll out only after elections
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A lot many filmmakers are in demand with the elections round the corner. Top directors such as Boyapati Srinivas are associating with different political parties to create promotional content in Andhra and Telangana. The director had helped the government for Pavitra Sangamam, a tourism development program and Krishna Pushkaralu, and now he will be collaborating with the party for creating its promo content for Amaravati, the capital of Andhra.

Boyapati’s work will involve making promo videos and advertisements and will be busy until the elections are over. His next project is with N Balakrishna and it will progress only after his current political assignments are through. Interestingly, Balayya is a prominent figure in the TDP and a MLA. He will be contesting the elections this time as well.

Boyapati’s last film release was the high budget Vinaya Vidheya Rama which flopped big time at the box office. Vinaya Vidheya Rama is directed by Boyapati Srinu and bankrolled by DVV Dhanayya under his banner Dhanayya Entertainments. The film’s technical crew includes Devi Sri Prasad for music, Rishi Punjabi and Arthur A. Wilson for cinematography and Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao for editing. Kiara Advani of Bharat Ane Nenu fame played Ram Charan’s lead pair in this film with the star cast also including Ramya Krishnan, Sneha, Vivek Oberoi and Prashanth in pivotal roles.

Balakrishna’s previous film was a biopic on his dad NT Rama Rao. This film also did not fare too well at the box office. Both Balayya and Boyapati Srinivas are in desperate need of a hit and are working towards this with their new venture. Details about the project are expected to be to be out after the elections.

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