New hurdles stop the Balakrishna's film to go on the floors

Balakrishna is getting ready to start his next film with Boyapati but things seem to be turning out ugly

By Aravind Peesapati, January 31, 2020 11:21 IST

Nothing is going well for Nandamuri Balakrishna from the last one year. His three films, NTR: Kathanayakudu, NTR: Mahanayakudu and Ruler, which have released in 2019, have become disasters at the box office. To strike back hard, he teamed up with his lucky mascot Boyapati Srinu for his next film. This film was actually supposed to go on floors in December itself.
But due to some reasons, the makers planned to start the shoot in January. It got pushed once again as Boyapati's mother passed away. The director is currently in his hometown and will be back in Hyderabad soon. Now, the reports are claiming that the shoot will begin in February.
Meanwhile, there are other hurdles that are troubling its start. Apparently, cinematographer Ram Prasad got sacked from the project as Balayya was unhappy with his work for Ruler. We hear that no other top cameraman is ready to accept this film. On the other side, it seems that Catherine Tresa walked out of this project even though the makers were ready to pay her a remuneration of one crore rupees. We still don't know the reason for her walkout. Thus, the team has to clear these hurdles as well to take the project on the floors.

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