Allu Aravind backstabbing Akkineni Brothers?

Allu Aravind backstabbing Akkineni Brothers?

Mega producer Allu Aravind’ game plan for Akkineni brothers- Naga Chaitanya and Akhil has been revealed. It is known news that Akhil Akkineni is struggling for success.  Till date, he did not taste the success. On the other side, Akkineni Naga Chaitanya has also delivered back to back flop movies in the form of Savyasachi and Shailaja Reddy Alludu. Now it seems that Mega producer Allu Aravind is backstabbing Akkineni brothers. He brought flop directors for Akkineni Naga Chaitanya and Akhil’ projects, which will be bankrolled under the banner of Geetha Arts.

It is known news that Allu Aravind roped  Bommarillu Bhaskar to direct Akhil Akkineni’ 4th film. Bommarillu Bhaskar has delivered a string of flops for the past couple of years. His directorial ventures- Ongole Githa and Orange were commercially flop at the box office.

On the other side, Allu Aravind also brought another flop director Dasarath to helm Naga Chaitanya’ starrer. Everyone is shocked and not able to understand why and how Nagarjuna  gave his nod for the flop directors for his sons’s movies.

Few are saying that mega producer Allu Aravind is very impressed with the script, narrated by Bommarillu Bhaskar and Dasarath. Both the movies are  expected to go on floor very soon.

Allu Aravind is currently in the search of actresses for his productions ventures. It has also come out that  Naga Chaitanya is planning to team up with Parasuram for a project but Allu Aravind is trying to convince the actor to work with struggling director Dasaradh.

 Currently Naga Chaitanya is waiting for the release of his upcoming romantic and family entertainer Majili in which Samantha Akkineni is playing the female lead.  Apart from Majili, Naga Chaitanya is also playing the lead role in upcoming multistarrer Venky Mama.

It is known news that Akhil Akkineni starrer Mr Majnu has turned out commercially flop at the box office. He is pinning lot of hopes on Allu Aravind’s production venture.