Actor Nandamuri Balakrishna, who is busy promoting his upcoming movie Srimannarayana, has finally confirmed that his son Nandamuri Mokshagna would debut in Telugu films. He says that his son has shown interest in acting and he would foray into Tollywood, but only after completing his studies.
Mokshagna was recently spotted attending the audio release of Srimannarayana. Since it was his first public function with his father, it was being speculated that it was Balakrishna's stint to introduce his son to the public. It was rumoured that Balayya is joining politics in the next assembly elections. He wants to launch him in films before saying good bye to acting.
In a press conference, Balakrishna confirmed that his son Mokshagna would foray into films after 3-4 years. "Defintiely Mokshagna would come into films but only after completing his studies. He's showing keen interest in acting and I'm happy for that," Times of India quotes Balakrishna as saying.
However, Tollywood biggies like Chiranjeevi and Nagarjuna have already launched their sons - Ram Charan Teja and Naga Chaitanya (respectively) in Telugu film industry and their fans have accepted their performances. And now, Balakrishna is planning to introduce his son. It should be seen whether Nandamuri fans would receive Mokshagna with equal warmth.