The makers of Akkineni Nagarjuna's Soggade Chinni Nayana, decided to go for a re-shoot of some of the important scenes after changes suggested by its writer Sai Madhav Burra.
"The film has original screenplay by writer Ram Mohan P. However, the makers felt they needed expert advice and brought writer Sai Madhav Burra on board. He suggested some key scenes to be changed to suit the story," a source from the film's unit revealed.
So, the team, who is in the last leg of the shoot, gearing up to head for a re-shoot of key scenes.
"This may postpone the film's release and it will only hit the screens next year. Initially, the makers were planning to release it in December, but now it seems very unlikely," the source added.
Directed by debutant Kalyan Krishna, the film stars Nagarjuna in dual roles as grandson and grandfather. Paired with him are Ramya Krishnan and Lavanya Tripathi.
In one of his roles, Nagarjuna is rumored to be seen as a ghost and the film is in news in the past as well for going for re-shoots couple of times already. Nagarjuna is allegedly upset with the director.