The actor is currently busy with the Koratala Siva directorial 'Bharath Ane Nenu'.

Directors Sukumar and Boyapati compete for Mahesh Babus upcoming film
Flix Entertainment Tuesday, November 07, 2017 - 12:45

Mahesh Babu has a string of films lined up, that will keep him busy for the next couple of years.

He is currently busy with the Koratala Siva directorial Bharath Ane Nenu which is gearing up for a summer release next year. After he is done with this political entertainer, the star will be moving over to the Vamsi Paidapally directorial which is touted to be a Dusshera 2018 release.

Next, he will be teaming up with Trivikram Srinivas and this project will start rolling either during the end of 2018 or early 2019. To make things interesting for Mahesh Babu’s fans, there has been an announcement that the Baahubali director SS Rajamouli will be wielding the megaphone for his next.
Now, an interesting piece of information about Mahesh Babu’s 27th film, which will be made in between the Trivikram Srinivas and SS Rajamouli directorial, is that it will be directed by Sukumar. The production 14 Reels Entertainment is keen on producing the Mahesh Babu – Sukumar project.

However, things took a new turn with director Boyapati Srini coming into the picture impressing the actor with a one-liner, say sources.
According to reports, Mahesh Babu is set on working with Sukumar despite the Nenokkadine debacle at the box office. Interestingly, 14 Reels Entertainment had produced Nenokkadine and are not keen on bankrolling yet another Mahesh Babu – Sukumar project. With this being the scenario now, sources say that Mahesh Babu may go on to give an opportunity to another production house before moving over to the Boyapati Srinu directorial.

Well, for more news on that, we need to wait for some more time. Meanwhile, Mahesh Babu’s Bharath Ane Nenu in which he is playing the title role is progressing briskly with the team shooting the assembly and chamber sequences in a set erected at a private studio.

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