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Race Gurram combination to reunite on the big screen for a crazy entertainer says the reports in Tollywood film Nagar

If everything goes well, after wrapping up Sukumar's project, Allu Arjun is much likely to do a movie under the direction of Surender Reddy.
by Aravind Peesapati | March 16, 2020 19:46 IST
Race Gurram combination to reunite on the big screen for a crazy entertainer says the reports in Tollywood film Nagar

Vakkantham Vamshi is one of the star writers in the movie industry. The writer provided a lot of scripts to some super hit movies. He created many hits when teamed up with director Surender Reddy. Before working with megastar Chiranjeevi for a high budget period magnum opus like 'Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy', director Surender Reddy previously helmed Dhruva with Ram Charan. Even before that also, Surender Reddy worked with a mega hero Allu Arjun. Surender Reddy worked on Allu Arjun starrer 'Race Gurram' movie which became a big hit at the box office. Vakkantham Vamshi penned the script for the film. The three are in talks for a film now.

 
As per the latest reports, Allu Arjun is now going to join hands with Surender Reddy again. We already know that Allu Arjun whose recent outing 'Ala Vaikunthapurramloo' turned out to be the biggest blockbuster is busy with his upcoming movie under the direction of Sukumar. If everything goes well, after wrapping up Sukumar's project, Allu Arjun is much likely to do a movie under the direction of Surender Reddy. The official announcement regarding the same is still awaited.
 
Interestingly Vakkantham Vamsi who helmed Allu Arjun's disaster film 'Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India' is going to pen the story for the film. Surendar Reddy will finalize the script before Allu Arjun completes Sukumar's movie.
 
On the other side, Vakkantham Vamsi is hoping to make a comeback as a director and narrated a script to Ravi Teja. More details on the film will come out soon.
 
Also Read: Allu Arjun's Sankranthi blockbuster 'Ala Vaikunthapurramloo' breaks the Non-Baahubali records by replacing Ram Charan's 'Rangasthalam'


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