- Movie producer Prasanth Varma took to Twitter to declare his next project named Hanu-Man.
- Prasanth Varma affirmed in a media connection that he is chipping away at Awe sequel.
On Saturday, movie producer Prasanth Varma took to Twitter to declare his next project, Telugu film’s first unique hero film. He uncovered that the film would be named Hanu-Man.
Prasanth rose to notoriety with his National honour winning Telugu film Awe. He, as of late, made Telugu film’s first zombie film called Zombie Reddy.
As Prasanth Varma Tweeted on Saturday:
“This opportunity I’m accompanying my #1 type! Attach your safety belts to plunge into another true to life universe! “HANU-MAN” The First Original Superhero Film in Telugu.”
Alongside the tweet, Prasanth likewise shared a presentation video in the film. He hasn’t affirmed the film would be made as a vivified include or into true to life.
The cast and team will be settled and declared soon.
Prasanth Varma recently confirmed that he is working on Awe sequel:
In the interim, Prasanth Varma, as of late, affirmed in a media connection that he is chipping away at Awe sequel.
He said, “Indeed, it is formally in progress. I’m prepared with the content. We expect to take the Awe establishment forward with the spin-off.”
Elaborating more about the project, he stated:
Expounding more about the task, he said, “Awe 2 will be extraordinary. The screenplay and storyline will be hefty and interesting.
In contrast to section one, which had different stories running equal, this film will have only one story. Yet, have confidence, this film will be an insane analysis; something that has never been investigated in Tollywood.”
Actor Nani is a producer of Awe:
Entertainer Nani had delivered Awe, a multi-classification film including a troupe cast of Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menen, Regina Cassandra and Avasarla Srinivas.
Two years ago, Prasanth directed Mahalakshmi:
Two years prior, Prasanth coordinated Tamannaah Bhatia starrer That Is Mahalakshmi, the Telugu change of Vikas Bahl’s Queen.
Prashant needed to join the undertaking halfway after producer Neelakanta, who was initially endorsed to coordinate, quit following a few contrasts with the creators.