Director Kranthi Madhav may have won a Nandi Award in 2012 for his debut film Onamalu, but things haven’t been all smooth sailing for him since then. In the past six years, he’s only come out with two other films — the critically-acclaimed and moderately successful Malli Malli Idhi Rani Roju, and the Sunil-starrer Ungarala Rambabu, which turned out to be a dud.
Now, he’s hoping to make a comeback with a Vijay Deverakonda-starrer that was officially launched a couple of days ago. A source from the unit says, “Kranthi Madhav has been inspired by a real incident, and he has put a lot of hard work into writing the script. He wants to make a comeback with this film and showcase his talent once again.”
The film is being produced by K.S. Rama Rao, who has collaborated with Kranthi Madhav in the past. According to the source, it tells the story of a call girl, and it stars three female leads — Raashi Khanna, Aishwarya Rajesh and Izabelle Leite.