Vikram will be moving over to another venture which will be his debut film.

Ravichandrans sons debut film Novembernalli Naanuu Avalu stalled
Flix Entertainment Saturday, November 11, 2017 - 21:22

Veteran actor Ravichandran’s younger son Vikram Ravichandran’s debut film is delayed despite a good planning strategy going into it. The poster of his maiden film Novembernalli Naanuu Avalu was released some weeks ago with reports that it may hit the silver screens later this year. However, the project has been put on hold now, say sources. According to sources in the tinsel town, the project has been put in the back burner for now and Vikram will be moving over to another venture which will be his debut film. On the delay of this particular film Novembernalli Naanuu Avalu, we hear that director Nagshekar and producer Srinivas are busy with prior commitments that they find it difficult to go ahead with it at this stage. Sources in the know say that the producer of Novembernalli Naanuu Avalu, Srinivas has permitted Vikram to move over to his next film and the youngster is already in talks with some of the directors discussing scripts. We may expect an official announcement about his debut film soon.

Sadly, Ravichandran’s family has been running into bad luck where some of their films are concerned. The veteran had announced that Manjina Hani is his dream project and took it to floors several years ago. However, the film’s progress has stalled with Ravichandran claiming that he is working on making a completely perfect film. Manjina Hani is directed and produced by Ravichandran, who also plays the lead role in it and scores the music. However, there is no clarity on when the film would release.

On the other hand, Ravichandran’s elder son Manoranjan also has to face a similar situation that his younger brother is facing now as his debut film Saaheba took more than three years to hit the marquee. Well, looks like the Ravichandran family will have to face the delays for a successful career.

 

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