Will the new rules of the government result in a further halt of Chiranjeevi, Balakrishna and Nagarjuna's films?

The government of Telangana is yet to grant the permissions for the shoots and we have to see how Chiranjeevi, Balakrishna and Nagarjuna react to the new rules
Written By Thulasi Ram | Updated: June 08, 2020 11:53 IST
Will the new rules of the government result in a further halt of Chiranjeevi, Balakrishna and Nagarjuna's films?

With every passing day, the cases of coronavirus are increasing in India. We have now become the fifth-worst affected country of COVID-19. As the government has started easing down the lockdown, the cases are increasing rapidly. Meanwhile, it is also passing some strict rules to contain the spread of the disease. According to a report published in Greatandhra, the officials have said that children below 12 years and the old people above 60 years should not come outside at any cost. This rule implements to each and every citizen of the country. It might affect the film industry. Star actors like Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna and Nandamuri Balakrishna are above 60 years of age. If this rule is applicable to the industry, then all their films will be on hold until the situation normalizes in the country.

 
All these star heroes have already started their next projects. Under this restrictions of the government, no actor or technician above 60 years of age cannot attend the shoot. This means we may not see some of the senior supporting actors in the upcoming films. The films of Chiru, Nag and Balayya bring a lot of revenue to the industry. If they get stalled, the industry will be in this bad phase for a few more months.
 
Chiranjeevi is currently acting in the film Acharya which is being directed by Koratala Siva. Balakrishna is working for Boyapati Srinu's directorial untitled film. Nagarjuna is acting in a cop thriller Wild Dog. Debutante Ahishir Solomon is helming this project.
 




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