Fans expected that the Top three will fight it out for this Sankranthi, but Venkatesh moved away from the race and made the fight two way and he is keenly looking forward to the release of Chiranjeevi’s “Khaidi No 150” and Nandamuri Balakrishna’s “Gauthamiputra Satakarni”, which are slated for release this week ahead of the Sankranti festival.
On his Facebook page, Venkatesh wrote: “Two of the most awaited movies. Both amazing actors, and very close friends. One big festival weekend. This Sankranti, we all have reason to celebrate. Wishing both teams all the best.”
He further wrote: “I cannot wait to watch Chiru and Balayya on screen again.” This could be the reason why every hero fan is a fan of Venkatesh as he keep’s industry motive first than his.
While Chiranjeevi’s comeback Telugu outing “Khaidi No 150” is slated for release on Wednesday, Balakrishna’s historic drama “Gauthamiputra Satakarni” is releasing on Thursday.
Both the films are considered crucial from the trade’s point of view.