During the audio launch of his upcoming film Paisa Vasool, Nandamuri Balakrishna had said that he got the opportunity to attend the 50th year celebrations of the Fighters’ Association recently. He also recalled that his father, NT Rama Rao, had the opportunity to attend its 25th year celebrations.
Confident that his grandson N Mokshagna would be attending the Fighters’ Association 75th anniversary, the star went on to add that his grandson, Nara Devansh, would be there for the 100th year celebration and make the family proud.
Well, this is also a hint that plans are on to get the little one into the filmdom that the family has been ruling for the past several decades.
While Balakrishna is one of the most powerful stars in the Telugu film industry, there are reports that his young grandson Mokshagna is being groomed to face the camera.
The young star in the making is reportedly getting trained in various skills such as dance, martial arts, etc, to ensure that he delivers an instant hit.
Putting aside all rumors that he may retire from acting and concentrate on politics, Balakrishna said that he would continue to don the greasepaint as he is well aware that it provides job opportunities to several people around him.
Paisa Vasool, directed Puri Jagannadh, is produced by V. Anand Prasad under the banner Bhavya Creations. Scheduled to release on September 1, the film has Shriya Saran pairing up with the star with the star cast including Vikramjeet Virk, Musskan Sethi, Kyra Dutt, Kabir Bedi, Alok Jain and Prudhviraj.
Anup Rubens has composed music for this flick while Mukesh G had cranked the camera and Junaid Siddiqui edited it. The film is touted to be a complete entertainer for all fans out there.
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