Director Boyapati Srinu seems to have decided to give a big break to Nandamuri Balakrishna. So he is making sure that everything is in right place for his upcoming movie Legend. He has recently got the temple town of Simhachalam recreated in Hyderabad for important scenes in Telugu political-drama. He says that it will be a visual treat for the audience.
In a statement to media, Boyapati Srinu says that he wants
everything in the film look realistic. The director said, "The set
has turned out to be very grand. I wanted it to look as realistic
as possible and I'm happy we have achieved it. I'm sure the
audience will be captivated as it will be a visual treat. We are
shooting an importance sequence of the film in it."
Simhachalam is one of the prominent Hindu temples located in Vishakhapatnam. Its set has been erected near Inorbit Mall here. Nandamuri Balakrishna, who has been paired up with Srinu for the second time, will be seen opposite Radhika Apte and Sonal Chauhan, while Jagapathi Babu will also be seen in a crucial role in the film. The director said, "We plan to shoot on this set for a few more days. Scenes between Balakrishna and Radhika will be canned here."