Naga Chaitanya to debut OTT with supernatural thriller series?

Telugu actor Naga Chaitanya is all set to enter the OTT space, reports have confirmed. Naga Chaitanya is also entering Bollywood With Laal Singh Chaddha (released April 2022), where she stars opposite Aamir Khan, and if the reports of OTT debut are true, she will enter two new territories in the coming year.

According to ETimes, Naga Chaitanya will reportedly make his OTT debut with a web series, and the project will be directed by Vikram K Kumar. Currently, the Love Story actor is busy with Kumar’s project Thank You, after which, Manam Combo will reportedly work on the web series. The series will be a supernatural thriller starring Tamil actress Priya Bhavani Shankar in the lead role. The series will also see several other prominent South actors in it.

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The series will reportedly start early next year and Naga Chaitanya will undergo a producer for his role in the series and it will premiere in multiple languages.

Meanwhile, Nagarjuna Akkineni and his son Naga Chaitanya are all set to share the screen together again in the upcoming film Bangaraju. Billed as a sequel to Nagarjuna’s blockbuster film Soggade Chinni Nayana, the film is directed by Kalyan Krishna.

Senior actress Ramya will be seen in the female lead opposite Krishna Nagarjuna, while Uppena fame Kriti Shetty will be seen as Naga Chaitanya’s girlfriend in the film. Bangaraju Akkineni stands out as a special film for fans, as father-son duo Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya are to share the screen once again after films like Manam and Premam.

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Nagarjuna is bankrolling Bangaraju in association with Zee Studios. According to the makers, the film has a good dose of romance, emotion and comedy.

(with IANS inputs)

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