Vijay Deverakonda Wants To Reunite With “Arjun Reddy” Director Sandeep Reddy Vanga

Mohnish Singh |Apr 30, 2020

Vijay Deverakonda shot to overnight fame after playing the lead role in Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s 2017 film Arjun Reddy. The movie was later remade in Hindi as Kabir Singh.

Vijay Deverakonda keeps hitting the headlines every now and then. Recently, the Tollywood heartthrob has been in news for pledging a whopping ₹1.30 crore for those affected badly by the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. Vijay Deverakonda has been helping middle-class families with essential groceries during the nationwide lockdown through The Deverakonda Foundation (TDF).

Several celebrities lauded the generous act of Vijay Deverakonda including filmmaker Sandeep Reddy Vanga who directed him in the hugely successful film Arjun Reddy (2017). For the uninitiated, it was the thunderous success of Arjun Reddy which shot Deverakonda to stardom in the Telugu film industry and there has been no looking back for the actor ever since.

Vijay Deverakonda
Vijay Deverakonda next stars in Fighter

In his trademark style, Sandeep Reddy Vanga, who is also a medical student, wrote on Twitter that alloys are a homogeneous mixture of two or more metallic elements like iron, steel, bronze and titanium to achieve a greater strength to withstand against all sorts of calamities, corrosion and chemical reactions. And the great and gutsy Deverakonda has a pair made out of it.

Vijay Deverakonda, who next stars in director Puri Jagannadh's bilingual film Fighter, wittingly replied to Reddy’s tweet and asked him to write more scripts. The actor said that he misses the filmmaker. He requested him to finish 2-3 scripts in lockdown as he cannot wait two years to shoot.

Well, we are sure that fans definitely want the handsome hunk to reunite with Sandeep Vanga Reddy for the second time. The two created magic with their last outing Arjun Reddy, which has been remade in Hindi and Tamil as Kabir Singh (2019) and Aditya Verma (2019) respectively. Who would not like to see them weave the same cinematic magic once again on celluloid?

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