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Director Anil Ravipudi shows interest to do a film with Balakrishna and his son Mokshagna.

The reports close to Anil Ravipudi reveal that the director is working on F3 script and another subject that he planned for Balakrishna and his son Mokshagna.
by Aravind Peesapati | March 23, 2020 14:04 IST
Director Anil Ravipudi shows interest to do a film with Balakrishna and his son Mokshagna.

Anil Ravipudi is one of the most successful directors in the Telugu cinema. He has directed five films till now and all of them were successful at the box office. With such a success rate, Anil became a star director within no time. The director has revealed that he wishes to direct Nandamuri Balakrishna's son Mokshagna in the near future.
 
Anil has recently attended as a guest to the chat show Neeku Maatrame Chepta. Another popular director Tharun Bhascker is working as the host for this show. Speaking at this talk show, Anil stated that he always used to have a photo of Balakrishna and Mokshagna when he was working as an assistant director. It seems that he used to tell his mates that he will direct Mokshagna one day. Now, Anil confessed publicly that he wishes to direct the star-kid once Mokshagna makes his film debut. Anil also said that he will direct Balakrishna if given a chance. The Pataas director said that he also wants to make a multi-starrer film with both Balakrishna and Mokshagna. These statements are now making Balayya fans happy. They are sure that Anil will definitely deliver a hit if he makes a film with either Balakrishna or Mokshagna.
 
Anil started off his career with the 2015 film Pataas. In five years, he made five films. Along with Pataas, his other films Supreme, Raja The Great, F2 and Sarileru Neekevvaru also became blockbusters at the box office. The director wished to make one more film with Mahesh Babu. He also said that he has a female-oriented script. He is unable to take it on floors due as he is busy with big-budget films.
 
 
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