One of the biggest superstars in the Telugu film industry, 'Victory' Venkatesh's landmark film tentatively titled Venky 75 is generating massive buzz with each passing day. The veteran actor is a prominent name in Indian cinema and fans have been keeping a close watch on all updates regarding his upcoming landmark film. For a while now, there have been speculations stating blockbuster director Trivikram Srinivas was in talks to helm the coveted project. Trivikram is fresh off the staggering box office success of the Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde starrer, Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, which came out earlier this year as a Pongal release and brought back family audiences to theatres in thousands. 

With Venky 75 yet to roll into production under the Haarika & Hassine Creations banner, reputed producer Naga Vamsi tweeted out a clarification in regard to the director of the project. Naga Vamsi tweeted, "We can understand your excitement regarding a #Trivikram garu and #Venkatesh garu film. But the rumours about #Venky75 are fake. We will announce any updates regarding our next projects on our official handles only. Kindly follow & stay tuned!". Although the top producer's statement has come as a clarification to many, it also has led to disappointment among a section of fans, who were hoping they both would join hands for the first time ever. 

Venkatesh is currently attached to the highly-anticipated Naarappa, the official remake of the commercial and critical Tamil blockbuster, Asuran, which had Dhanush in the lead role under Vetri Maaran's direction. A major chunk of filming on the high-profile Telugu remake has already been wrapped in Rayalaseema and other major locations prior to the nationwide lockdown coming into effect. With the pandemic bringing film production across the country to a complete standstill in late March, there are now reports stating Venkatesh's Naarappa will once again resume shooting from October. It is being stated that all necessary protocols will be followed along with proper sanitation and safety precautions for resuming production, with Venkatesh and team reportedly looking to wrap the film in a single schedule. 

There are tremendous expectations surrounding Naarappa as fans have been wanting to witness the iconic Telugu superstar's take on the memorable role performed by Dhanush in the Tamil original. The Telugu version being directed by Srikanth Addala and produced jointly by Kalaippuli S Thanu's V Creations and Daggubati Suresh Babu's Suresh Productions banners also stars Priyamani, Prakash Raj, Karthik Rathnam, Murali Sharma and Sampath Raj in crucial roles, with Mani Sharma scoring the music, while Shyam K Naidu is the cinematographer and Marthand K Venkatesh is serving as the editor.