Ace director VV Vinayak is relieved after his recent movie Badrinath recovered the budget of the film. The director is now ready for his next venture and as reported earlier, he is planning to direct Ram Charan Teja. But the surprising factor is that he has decided to take-up the Magadheera stars's recently shelved film Merupu.
Sources close to the development claim that VV Vinayak is keen to revise the proposed project. The director might not work on the script but he would make some minor changes to reduce the budget of the film. It is said that Super Good Movies, who roped in Ram Charan Teja for the project, is still positive about the project and has requested the filmmaker to direct the project.
It may be recalled that Dharani, who worked on the project for over an year, walked out due to creative differences with the makers of the film. It was said that Chiranjeevi advised the director to bring down the estimated budget as Ram Charan Teja's earlier movie Orange turned out to be a dud at the box-office. But he was not keen on the idea, hence opted out of the project.
Later, Ram Charan Teja signed K Sampath Nandi's project.