Finally, Mahesh Thoughts It’s a Wrong Strategy?


After ‘Sarileru Neekevvaru’, Mahesh Babu will be moving on to his next which is said to be with KGF director Prashanth Neel. Added to this exciting update, here is the information that this could be the superstar’s movie that might probably go to Bollywood and explore his chances there.

Now, we can heave a sigh of relief that Mahesh Babu finally thought that it was a wrong strategy to limit himself to Tollywood when he is always in the good books of many filmmakers who thought that he has the looks to be a pan-Indian star.

Whenever the media asked him about Bollywood, he used to crack jokes and now, it seems that he did change his mind. After our own Prabhas reaching heights in Bollywood with the pan-Indian craze sitting high after Baahubali movies, NTR and Ram Charan are getting introduced to Bollywood with RRR.

So, it’s Mahesh Babu and Allu Arjun who are left behind from the star heroes’ league. Nonetheless, Allu Arjun has this decent market for himself in Kerala. Contrary to Mahesh opposing Bollywood entry, this piece of news is inviting. Let’s wait and see how things will pan out, eventually.

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