The next big name immediately on the list is Vamshi Paidipally. He has been in the industry for a very long time and is working with top stars, but somehow, there is usually no buzz around him. Vamshi’s next Maharshi is with Superstar Mahesh Babu. Success is very critical otherwise he could very well be staring at a fate like Srikanth Addala. He is reportedly very cautious to avoid that though.
Another high profile name is Surender Reddy. The biggest challenge is set for him with Sye Raa starring Megastar Chiranjeevi. It is the kind of movie that makes or breaks a director. The confidence levels get boosted with success and similarly they are deflated with failure as the expectations and anticipation are mammoth.
Trivikram Srinivas recently had a sigh of relief with Aravindha Sametha. But that did not set the box office on fire. The ‘content’ was deemed weak. If the same continues with the Allu Arjun flick, the chances of top stars working will be genuinely reduced.
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