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Krishna Vamsi's next a multi-starrer?

Chennai, Aug 10 : Telugu filmmaker Krishna Vamsi, currently busy wrapping up Telugu action flick "Paisa", is likely to wield the megaphone for a multi-starrer project featuring Ram Charan Teja, Daggubati Venkatesh and veteran actor Krishna.


"The discussions are on and Ram has already agreed to be part of the project. However, Venkatesh and Krishna are yet to be approached. Vamsi wants to cast them as well provided they like the script and give the final nod," a source close to the director told IANS.

The film is likely to be produced by Bandla Ganesh, who is on a winning streak after successful films such as "Gabbar Singh" and "Baadshah".

"Vamsi is currently is busy bringing 'Paisa' to the theaters. Post its release, he is expected to spend more time on the project and that's when we will have more clarity on this project," source added.

If this project materialises, it will be the first time actors from three different cinema families of Telugu industry will rub shoulders in the same film.

Earlier this year, Venkatesh starred in Telugu multi-starrer "Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu", which turned out to be a blockbuster.

--IANS (Posted on 10-08-2013)

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