Discipline and Balakrishna go together. Ramesh Puppala's latest words only reaffirm this well-known fact. "If we could complete Srimannarayana in a single schedule (of 85 days), the credit must go to Balakrishna. It was because of his commitment and complete cooperation that we have been able to be on the dot as we had planned. When he heard the story, he said that he found it very adventurous and thrilling and he immediately gave the nod. The character was written by Ravikumar Chavali keeping Balakrishna's image in mind. The movie is surely going to be a milestone in the hero's career," he said. He has found a great friend in Balakrishna. "Working with him has been an unforgettable experience."
"Chakri's music has really come out very well. Everyone on the sets used to dance. Some numbers were shot in Swiss and Malaysia," he adds. The movie will be released in August.
Puppala is happy for Krishna Vamsi's Paisa. "60 per cent of the movie is completed. The director is making a challenging film," he signs off.