It was rumoured recently that Nandamuri Balakrishna was planning his 100th film much before his 98th, 99th movies, which are yet to go on floors. The latest buzz in the T-Town is that it will not be his 100th film, rather it would be a launch movie of his son Mokshagna, who will debut in films with this yet-to-be-announced flick.
It was reported earlier that ace director K Raghavendra Rao's son Prakash was busy preparing script for a historical epic movie Bhairava Dweepam and it would be Balakrishna's 100th movie. But the latest reports suggest that Mokshagna will be debuting in films with this visual effects extravaganza.
During the music launch of Srimannaraya, Balakrishna had revealed that he would not force his son Mokshagna to take up acting as early as possible. Rather he would let him choose his time to say yes. But sources from the Telugu film industry say that a stage is now getting ready to introduce him to films.
However, Mokshagna has already undergone training in acting at a renowned institute in Mumbai. Now, Balakrishna has planned to send him to UK to get trained in martial arts and dance. Sources claim that he will comeback soon and make his foray into film and his debut movie is likely to release in 2014.