The actor will be seen sharing screen space with his nephew Naga Chaitanya in this Bobby directorial.

Venkatesh to pair up with Huma QureshiDigital Native
Flix Tollywood Sunday, June 03, 2018 - 12:17

Victory Venkatesh took a long break after the massive success of Guru, which was the remake of the Tamil hit film Irudhi Suttru, directed by Sudha Kongara. He reprised the role done by Madhavan from the Tamil version. The actor who is very choosy about his films has finally inked two new projects and interestingly, both are multi starrers.

While one film is F2, which will have Varun Tej and Venkatesh in the lead roles, the other is a Bobby directorial in which he will get to share the screen space with his nephew Naga Chaitanya.

According to reports, Venkatesh’s lead pair in the Naga Chaitanya starrer will be Bollywood diva Huma Qureshi. Reports are that the heroine has been in talks with the makers of this untitled film and will soon be inking the deal. On Naga Chaitanya’s lead pair, we hear that Rakul Preet Singh has been roped in. The shooting of this film is expected to go on floors soon.

It may be mentioned here that Tammannah has been signed up to play Venkatesh’s lead girl in F2. An official word about this is already out. Mehreen will be seen as Varun Tej’s heroine in F2. Titled as F2 - Fun & Frustration, the film will be directed by Anil Ravipudi.

Venkatesh is currently busy with the Teja directorial Aata Naade Veta Naade, an action thriller in which she shares the screen space with Shriya Saran. Besides these films, Venkatesh also has a Bhaskar and Trivikram Srinivas directorial which is expected to go on to the floors later this year or early next.

Actress Huma Qureshi, is all set making her Tamil debut with superstar Rajinikanth’s Kaala which is slated to release on June 7. It was initially rumoured that Huma would be playing Rajinikanth’s pair in the film and was later clarified that she plays a college student and that her role is very important from the story’s perspective.

(Content provided by Digital Native)

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