What the media and industry colleagues could not elicit, Eega, or rather its glory, has caused Rajamouli to speak on his future plans. He is very unlikely to make a film with Mahesh Babu, or Pawan Kalyan (who has expressed his desire to act under his direction) for that matter. In fact, the clue had been given away by MM Keeravani days before the release of Eega. That Rajamouli would be interested to make experimental cinema rather than predictable fare.
And indeed he will make a period film - a film set in the Kakatiyas era, sooner or later.
However, this is only the smaller part. The big news is that he (or his father, Vijayendra Prasad) seems to have an idea for Chiranjeevi. The one thing that has been stopping Chiru from making a mega re-entry on the screen is a terrific idea. If Rajamouli had an idea, Megastar's fans would well look forward to a stunning comeback of their hero. The bad news is that he is not going to direct Chiru.
Rajamouli cannot take up the adventure of directing Chiru, but he may provide a script.