Talking about his new film, Posani clearly said that Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu would be like a story of several varieties of fishes in the same tank. "Generally, only one variety of fish is kept in a tank, but in the case of Raja, the hero of this film, several varieties are kept. To know who Raja and his fishes are, you have to watch the film," Murali said.
Posani also revealed that he would be seen as a police officer in this film, which is not intended to criticize or support any political parties. The details of cast and crew will be announced shortly. The shooting is expected to commence from February 20.
Posani's last directorial venture was Aapadamokkulavaadu (2008), a political drama, starring Nagendra Babu in the lead. Interestingly, Posani had allegedly changed some portions of Aapadamokkulavaadu to help Chiranjeevi"s political entry in 2008. Released with difficulties as the prints did not reach the theatres for the first show, Aapadamokkulavaadu bombed miserably at the box office.
Let's wait and see what happens in the case of Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu. Will it be a political drama or political campaign?
Eminent writer-director-actor Posani Krishna Murali, who has recently turned politician by formally joining megastar Chiranjeevi"s Praja Rajyam party, is all set to produce a film tentatively titled Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu, which is set in the backdrop of politics.