After Hollywood flick, Deepika Padukone signs Telugu film inverse Chiranjeevi?

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Fans were anxiously sitting tight for the declaration of Deepika Padukone’s next Bollywood venture after “xXx: The Return of Xander Cage,” yet the on-screen character has supposedly marked a South Indian film. The late buzz is that rather than a Hindi film, Deepika may show up in her first Telugu motion picture inverse Chiranjeevi.

The Telugu business whiz, Chiranjeevi, is set to star in his 150th film “Kathilantodu,” a Telugu redo of Vijay-starrer Tamil blockbuster “Kaththi,” and it will star Deepika as the main actor , The News Minute reported. The film will go on the floors one week from now and Chiranjeevi will join the group before the current month’s over.

The Telugu remake will be helmed by VV Vinayak and will be created by Ram Charan. Be that as it may, despite the fact that Deepika has apparently indicated enthusiasm for the film, she has not yet marked the spotted lines. It will enthusiasm to see the Bollywood’s leading  woman in a South Indian film. Beforehand, she made her acting introduction in a Kannada motion picture in 2016 release “Aishwarya” and has loaned her voice in the Tamil energized flick, “Kochadaiiyaan.”

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Then again, she will show up in a dance number in Dinesh Vijan’s “Raabta,” featuring Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon. The actress has officially shot the song in Budapest and has now come back to India. It was as of late reported that the diva will go for a sentimental get-away with supposed beau Ranveer Singh.

It is said Ranveer and Deepika will be as one after quite a while, and in this way they will go on a short excursion as the couple needs to resume work soon. Notwithstanding, the sentimental destination is still a mystery. Likewise, Deepika is relied upon to show up at IIFA 2016 in Madrid, Spain, and it will be held from June 23 to June 26 . Because of her bustling schedule with the Hollywood film, the actor  has scarcely gone to any Bollywood shows recently as of late. -CINEWS

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