After success of Jersey, Shraddha Srinath in talks to play female lead opposite Naga Chaitanya?
Kannada actress Shraddha Srinath is on the cloud 9 as she bagged huge success from her Telugu debut Jersey starring Nani. Now, the 'U-Turn' star approached for yet another produced by Dil Raju featuring Naga Chaitanya.
Majili and Jersey are the two recent Telugu blockbuster movies running successfully in theatres worldwide. The heartbroken love saga 'Majili' starrer Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Akkineni as lead roles. While 'Jersey', the story of a young cricketer featured Nani and Shraddha Srinath as hero-heroine.
Now, after the success of Jersey and Majili ace producer, Dil Raju has weaved a master plan for his next. If the reports are to be believed the filmmaker has now planned to rope Naga Chaitanya and Shraddha Srinath as lead actors for his upcoming movie. More sources say that, Chay will be seen in yet another urbane entertainer in an upcoming film of Dil Raju. The film will be directed by debutant Sasi, who has won the heart of mighty producer with his cute story. And guess what, the maker is already in talks with Jersey heroine Shraddha Srinath now for the same film.
Interestingly, the biggest strength of Majili and Jersey are the lead actors who have impressed the Telugu audiences with their brilliant performances. And, it seems like Dil Raju is enchasing over it and wants to set this combination of Chay and Shraddha.
However, Dil Raju has already announced his next movie, which is the official remake of Tamil Superhit 96 under his banner featuring Samantha Akkineni and Sharwanand in the lead roles. While he waits for the remake movie to go on floors, the filmmaker is gearing up yet another movie with talented actors.
Meanwhile, no official announcement has been made about Chay-Dil Raju's next. But, it would definitely be a great thing if the movie goes on floors. Since it was Raju who launched Chay earlier with Josh and the two loves working with each other. More updates on the movie is awaited.. stay locked to MDK times.