Bhai Failure: Veerabhadram Returns to the Director’s Chair After Hiatus

Director Veerabhadram Chowdary’s journey in the Telugu film industry has been a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows. Starting as an assistant for renowned filmmaker EVV Satyanarayana, Veerabhadram honed his craft, delving deep into the realm of entertainment. His promising debut as a director came with the film Aha Naa Pellanta, starring Allari Naresh. The movie surprised everyone by becoming a box office hit, showcasing Veerabhadram’s knack for delivering entertaining content.

Following the success of his debut, Veerabhadram continued his winning streak with his second film, Poolarangadu, starring Sunil. Once again, he received accolades for his ability to captivate audiences with his storytelling and direction. However, it was the subsequent turn of events that put Veerabhadram’s directorial skills to the test.

The highly anticipated collaboration with star hero Akkineni Nagarjuna for the film Bhai turned out to be a massive letdown. Despite his proven track record in delivering entertainment-packed films, Veerabhadram struggled to handle the star power, raising questions about his directorial prowess. Subsequent projects, including Chuttalabbayi with Aadi Saikumar, failed to reignite interest, leading Veerabhadram to take an extended hiatus from the limelight.

Now, after an eight-year hiatus, Veerabhadram Chowdary is making a comeback to the director’s chair with renewed determination. Teaming up once again with Aadi Saikumar, the muhurat ceremony for their upcoming project is scheduled for April 18th at 8:14 AM. With Anup Rubens onboard as the music director and backed by Lakshmi Prasanna Productions, both the director and actor are poised to reclaim their rightful place in the industry, eager to make a mark and rise above their past setbacks.

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