The couple is working together in a Shiva Nirvana directorial that has not been titled yet.

Difficult to enact scenes where we quarrel Naga Chaitanya on acting with SamanthaDigital Native
Flix Tollywood Sunday, November 04, 2018 - 18:21

Naga Chaitanya and Samantha are sharing screen space for the first time post marriage and their fans are just as elated as the pair. The couple is working together in a Shiva Nirvana directorial that has not been titled yet. On sharing screen space in the movie, Naga Chaitanya said in a recent interview to the Deccan Chronicle, “Since we’re both working on the same film, we get home at the same time. And though she leaves a little earlier than I do in the morning, we get to spend so much time together on set. In the film, we quarrel all the time, but in real life we never do. So it’s a bit difficult to enact those scenes.”

Naga Chaitanya’s recent release, Savyasachi, hit the marquee on November 2 and has been received well by the audiences. Directed by Chandoo Mondeti, the film marks his second time association with Naga Chaitanya, after having teamed up for the Premam remake.

The actor is paired opposite Nidhi Agarwal in Savyasachi, which is an action-packed entertainer. R Madhavan and Bhumika Chawla are seen in important roles in it as well. The film has been bankrolled by Mohan Cherukuri, Ravi Shankar Yalamanchi and Naveen Yerneni under the banner Mythri Movie Makers and its technical crew includes MM Keeravani for music composition, J Yuvaraj for cinematography, Venkateswara Rao Kotagiri for editing, S Rama Krishna and Monika Niggotre for art direction, and Ram and Lakshmi Chella for stunt choreography.

It was recently announced that the actor will feature in a movie titled Venky Mama alongside actor Venkatesh. Incidentally, they are uncle and nephew in real life and it would be interesting to see them share screen space for the first time and that too as uncle and nephew. To be directed by Bobby, the film’s shooting is expected to commence from next month onwards. The project will be bankrolled jointly by People Media Factory, Suresh Productions and Kona Film Corporation on a big budget.

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