Director Shankar blasted the media for rating Eagle quite low. During the same speech, he also revealed that he would direct two big stars next. Read to know who these stars are.
Harish Shankar at Eagle event
Eagle is Ravi Teja's latest film which has caught the attention of many. The success meet was held yesterday in Hyderabad and star director Harish Shankar came in as the chief guest for the event. The way he slammed a few portals for rating Eagle very low caught the imagination of one and all.
Harish's fierce speech against one particular media house has become a topic of discussion. In his speech, Harish Shankar said that the media has written him off as he does not have any films in hand. Responding to this, Harish said he has signed two biggies with star heroes and they will be announced soon.
Well, we at OTTplay have got some juicy info about these films. We have come to know that Harish Shankar will team up with none other than Nandamuri Balakrishna and megastar Chiranjeevi soon. He has readied solid scripts for both these stars and has also narrated them to the stars. Once these two stars are done with their respective films, work on these projects will start.
Harish Shankar has been a very daring personality and always makes controversial speeches. How he blasted a few gossip websites for demeaning the film has given Eagle a new lease of life as many want to watch it now after Harish's speech.
The star director is now helming Ravi Teja's new film Mr Bachchan which is on floors as of now. The said project is the official remake of the Hindi hit film Raid which had Ajay Devgan in the lead role. Harish Shankar's yet another film, Ustad Bhagath Singh with Pawan Kalyan is on hold as the star is busy with his political career in Andhra Pradesh. Once the elections are done in AP, the film will get back on the floors.
Meanwhile, Eagle will be tested big time from today as the weekdays have started. Kavya Thapar played the female lead in this film which had Vinay Rai as the main villain. We need to see how the film performs in the days to come.