There are no ever-lasting foes in politics and films as it has commonly been manifested. At the end of the day, two of the acclaimed famous people demonstrated the point. We are talking about adaptable on-screen character Prakash Raj and skilled director Srinu Vaitla.
The contrasts between actor Prakash Raj and director Srinu Vaitla amid Aagadu’s shooting had stood out as truly newsworthy not long ago. After simply a day’s shoot the Srinu Vaitla had supplanted Prakash Raj with an alternate performing artist (Sonu Sood). Things had turned bitter between them and the two had grumbled to the AP Film Chamber.
Yet the news now is that the two may be working together again. Srinu Vaitla will direct Ram Charan in his next film and sources say that the director is under-pressure from Ram Charan and the maker to have Prakash Raj ready for.
In Charan’s prior film Govindudu Andari Vaadele, it was Chiranjeevi who had asked the director Krishna Vamsi to take Prakash Raj rather than Raj Kiran. So in this film too they want Prakash Raj, says the source.
Prakash Raj, then is prepared to forget about the past. Truth be told, in politics and films, there are no changeless companions and foes. There’s likewise obviously the way that as a performer, he has more to lose than Vaitla.
At the point when approached whether he was amusement for working in the film, Prakash Raj says, “Why not? What isn’t right in it? That issue is over. Life needs to start once more.”