Bala Krishna 100th movie announcement on 8th April
Nandamuri Balakrishna’s 100th film will be publicized legitimately on 8th April on the event of Ugadi. Latest reports shut to Balayya informed us that he provide his nod to director Krish to go forward with his suggestion. Krish narrated the tale of Gauthamiputra Satakarni, the mainly accepted monarch of Satavahana Empire of second century to Nandamuri Balakrishna. The film is also probable to be produced by Krish and his buddy Rajiv Reddy. Balakrishna has determined a muhurtham for this movie’s bureaucrat declaration.
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Balakrishna to Announce 100th Movie in Amaravathi
That is on the promising Ugadi day, the Telugu New Calendar Year. He is probable to proclaim it in Amaravathi in Guntur region as Satavahana’s capital was Dharanikota (close to Amaravathi). Normal shoot of the picture will start on from April 22nd and the shoot will carry on till the conclusion of May. In June Balakrishna will be heading to USA to contribute in a mixture of events there and he will also rejoice his birthday (June 10th) in USA. Once he returns from the journey the shoot will recommence again. The movie will most probable to be titled ‘Yodhudu’.
Confusion over Nandamuri Balakrishna’s 100th picture has finished. As by our website bust the information, Krish will be directing the film. Although Balakrishna was in two opinions about this film as he also liked the tale narrated by Krishnvamsi. So he took instance to confirm the one of King’s story.
Balakrishna’s 100th movie directed by Krish
Buzz is that Krish has by now begun pre-production work and is talking to some heroines to confirm the lead heroine opposite Balakrishna. The film will be made with a whopping Rs 50 Cr budget, said a source. It will also be complete with high-end graphics. Balakrishna and Krish are hoping to release the picture on Sankranthi 2017. “Dictator” that released on Sankranthi 2016 was Balakrishna’s 99th film. Balakrishna begin his profession as kid artiste in 1974 with “Tatamma Kala”.