Mahesh Following NTR Strategy

Super Star Mahesh Babu is currently busy with the shooting of his much delayed bilingual film “Spyder” under AR Murgadoss direction.

The climax sequence is currently being shot in Chennai and this final schedule is expected to complete by this month end.  The film is scheduled to complete the shooting long back but it got delayed due to some unknown reasons.

Buzz is that Mahesh kept the deadline to director AR Murgadoss to complete the entire shoot by May 20th, because he wants to kick start his next film with director Koratala Siva from May 22nd onwards.

Latest rumor is that Mahesh knows that Spyder shooting will get delayed even more and it will not wrap up by May 20th. So, he is looking for an alternative for Koratala Siva project.

Sources say that Mahesh asked Koratala Siva to kick start the film, tentatively titled “Bharat Ane Nenu” shooting from May 22nd onwards without his presence.

Sources added, “Tentatively titled “Bharat Ane Nenu” film shooting will start from May 22d without Mahesh Babu and the hero will join on sets after completing the shooting of his undergoing film “Spyder””.

“Mahesh and Koratala Siva’s film regular shooting will commence in Hyderabad from May 22nd without Mahesh and Mahesh is likely to join the sets next month” sources shares.

Director Koratala planned to wrap up the entire shooting of the film by November end and the post production activities will be completed by December third week. The film is scheduled to hit big screens on January 11th.

The strategy of hero joining on sets after completion of first schedule (or) some scenes without hero presence was initiated by Younger Tiger NTR.

It is known that NTR joined on sets of “Jai Lava Kusa” after completing the film’s first schedule, which helped the director to keep the shooting on track without delay.

Now, Mahesh is also following the same trend of joining on the film’s sets after completing some scenes shooting.

Social media buffs are circulating memes as Mahesh Babu following NTR strategy for completing the film shooting on time.