J.D. Chakravarthy has returned to Telugu film industry with
Homam. His scintillating performance (dialogue delivery, acting and
direction) in Homam has boosted his market value with
producers and with his growing number of fans.
Homam's success has brought him laurels as well as prestigious
projects. Shankar has approached J.D. Chakravarthy to be the
villain in his next magnum opus, Enthiran. JD, as he's
fondly known in the industry, has also bagged a role in director
Vishnuvardhan's Tamil film Sarvam, starring Arya and
Trisha. Dil Raju, one of the most prominent producers of the film
industry, has signed the hotshot director-actor for a romantic
Even Nagarjuna has roped in the whiz kid to be the villain in
his son, Naga Chaitanya's debut film to be directed by Vasu Varma.
Naga Chaitanya's debut will be launched on September 20, the
traditionally auspicious date for the Akkineni family.