Nayanthara is currently shooting for her portions of ‘Sye Raa’, in which too she is cast opposite Chiranjeevi.

Nayanthara roped in for Chiranjeevi-Koratala Siva project
Flix Tollywood Wednesday, December 12, 2018 - 17:26

Lady Superstar Nayanthara is on a roll with a number of projects needing her attention and her recent film releases doing well at the box office. The actor is currently busy with the Chiranjeevi starrer Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, which is a biopic on the legendary freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy. She is shooting for her portions in this magnum opus that is being directed by Surendhar Reddy and is produced by Ram Charan Teja under his banner Konidela Production Company.

While this film is in progress, reports have emerged that Nayanthara has bagged another biggie. Yes, she will be cast opposite Chiranjeevi once again, in a film to be directed by Koratala Siva. Director Koratala Siva is basking in glory over his last release Bharat Ane Nenu turning out to be a blockbuster. Film buffs have been waiting eagerly for information about his next, particularly about the hero. Some sources in Tollywood pointed out that Siva is working on a script with the mega star Chiranjeevi in mind. The director had discussed the project with the star and has got his approval, reveal sources. If things work out as per plan, Siva may go ahead with the shooting from this month or January onwards. By then, the star would have completed Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy as well.

With Koratala Siva working on the script, fans should be excited as he will be teaming up with the mega star for the first time. We hear that the script is being drawn up keeping in mind the star’s image. The film will be bankrolled jointly by Ram Charan under his banner Konidela Production Company in association with Matinee Entertainment.

Nayanthara, on the other hand, has a slew of films such as Airaa, Kolaiyuthir Kaalam, Love Action Drama and Viswaasam. She has also inked a deal to star in the Vijay starrer that will be directed by Atlee.

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