Jr. NTR About his Exit from Nagarjuna’s Oopiri

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Jr. NTR About his Exit from Nagarjuna’s OopiriYoung Tiger NTR is struggling for a hit in his career as all his recent films ended up as debacles in his career. After massive hits like Aadi, Simhadri, Yama Donga and Adhurs, all his movies failed to make any impact at the ticket window. He is quite disturbed about his career and all his fans have been waiting for a huge hit from their favorite actor. (see: SRK – The sexiest actor in 50s.)

Tarak gave relief with Temper last year but the movie could not make its place in the list of 50 crore club. Puri Jagannadh directed the film and Kajal played the female lead. NTR’s stupendous performance as a cop has been widely lauded all over and the movie collected Rs 40 crores at the box-office.

Jr. NTR About his Exit from Nagarjuna’s Oopiri

Tarak has been working for his next movie NannakuPrematho from the past one year which completed shoot recently. Talented director Sukumar directed the movie which is said to be an emotional entertainer. Nannaku Prematho is an emotional ride between a father and his son which has loads of action episodes in the film.

The movie has been shot mostly in London and Tarak will be seen as a stylish Interpol cop in the film. Rakul Preet Singh played the female lead in the movie and she will be seen as a rich NRI girl in the film. Rakul has recently dubbed for her character in the movie which is quite crucial in the movie.

Jr. NTR About his Exit from Nagarjuna’s Oopiri

Nannaku Prematho has been made on a budget of Rs 60 crores and is crucial for NTR. The movie has been slated for release during Sankranthi and Tarak is now promoting the film busily all over.

During a recent media interaction, Tarak revealed saying “I am quite excited about the film and I wish the movie to be a huge hit. I had to do one of the lead roles in Nagarjuna’s romantic entertainer Oopiri but I could not allot my dates and avoid the clash with Nannaku Prematho. Vamsi Paidipally narrated an engaging script but the shoot of the film has been delayed which made me walk out of the project. There is no truth that I walked out of the film because of professional commitments”.

Speaking about the clash with Balakrishna’s Dictator, Tarak said “We are all one family and I do not feel any competition with Nandamuri Balakrishna. My producer wanted Nannaku Prematho to hit the screens for Sankranthi as this is the best season for Telugu films”.

NP has been slated for release on January 13th across the world and Balakrishna’s Dictator will hit the screens on January 14th all over.


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